The Woman in the Hall (1947)

10/27/1947 (GB) Drama 1h 33m
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Jean Simmons, Great Star of "Hamlet" and "Great Expectations" in a Thrilling New Role!

Overview

Lorna Blake, (Ursula Jeans) is a widow with two daughters. She augments her slender income by using her children to extort money - visiting the houses of the rich to tell a pathetic story and beg for help. And Lorna makes a rich capture when Sir Halmar Bernard, (Cecil Parker), proposes to her. She tells him that she has only one daughter, Molly (Jill Freud, credited as Jill Raymond). When her other daughter, Jay (Jean Simmons), is arrested for forging a cheque, she refuses to help her.

  1. Jack Lee

    Director

  2. Ian Dalrymple

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ursula Jeans

    Ursula Jeans

    Lorna Blake

  2. Jean Simmons

    Jean Simmons

    Jay Blake

  3. Cecil Parker

    Cecil Parker

    Sir Halmar Barnard

  4. Joan Miller

    Joan Miller

    Susan

  5. Edward Underdown

    Edward Underdown

    Neil Inglefield

  6. Susan Hampshire

    Susan Hampshire

    Young Jay

  7. Jill Raymond

    Jill Raymond

    Molly Blake

  8. Ruth Dunning

    Ruth Dunning

    Shirley Dennison

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The Woman in the Hall
The Woman in the Hall

Status Released

Original Language English

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