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A pianist takes his ailing wife out of a London hospital at the same time that another female patient there has suffered a miscarriage. Afterwards, the second woman feels empty and withdrawn, and, thinking that getting her away from London will help, her husband takes her to live at a country estate, which turns out to be the former residence of the pianist who left after his wife died. The woman begins to get visions of the wife and her final days; is she becoming possessed by the dead wife of the pianist?

  1. Pamela Mason

    Screenplay, Story

  2. William Spier

    Director

  3. James Mason

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. James Mason

    James Mason

    Jimmy Del Palma

  2. June Havoc

    June Havoc

    Jean Wilson

  3. Stephen Dunne

    Stephen Dunne

    Tom Wilson

  4. Fay Compton

    Fay Compton

    Mme. Brune

  5. Pamela Mason

    Pamela Mason

    Sybil

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Lady Possessed

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Status Released

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  • January 26, 1952
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 27m

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