The Seventh Victim

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Overview

A young woman searches for her missing sister who has become involved with a group of Satan worshippers in Greenwich Village.

  1. DeWitt Bodeen

    Writer

  2. Charles O'Neal

    Writer

  3. Mark Robson

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Tom Conway

    Tom Conway

    Doctor Louis Judd

  2. Jean Brooks

    Jean Brooks

    Jacqueline Gibson

  3. Isabel Jewell

    Isabel Jewell

    Frances Fallon

  4. Kim Hunter

    Kim Hunter

    Mary Gibson

  5. Evelyn Brent

    Evelyn Brent

    Natalie Cortez

  6. Erford Gage

    Erford Gage

    Jason Hoag, Poet

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Status Released

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 11m

Budget -

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  • August 21, 1943
    Theatrical

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A review by Steve

8.0
By Steve

This week’s Film Noir of the Week is Val Lewton’s The Seventh Victim (1943). Last week, Don Malcom wrote about one of my favorites The Big Sleep which many believe may not be a film noir at all, while The Seventh Victim is almost never classified as a film noir when it’s a fine example of the film style.

The film was created by Lewton based only on a title given to him by RKO. It was directed by Mark Robson (his first film as director) and stars Tom Conway (playing the same guy he played, and got killed as, in The Cat People!); Jean Brooks (The Leopard Man); Isabel Jewel (The Leopar... read the rest.

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