Shock

(1946)
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In this thriller, psychiatrist Dr. Cross (Vincent Price) kills his wife and expects to get away with murder, until he discovers that the slaying was observed by a next-door neighbor, Janet Stewart (Anabel Shaw). As Janet attempts to convince her husband (Frank Latimore) of the doctor's dastardly deed, Cross shows up to advise him that Janet is in dire need of some in-depth counseling.

  1. Alfred L. Werker

    Director

  2. Eugene Ling

    Screenplay

  3. Albert DeMond

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Vincent Price

    Vincent Price

    Dr. Richard Cross

  2. Lynn Bari

    Lynn Bari

    Nurse Elaine Jordan

  3. Frank Latimore

    Frank Latimore

    Lt. Paul Stewart

  4. Anabel Shaw

    Anabel Shaw

    Mrs. Janet Stewart

  5. Stephen Dunne

    Stephen Dunne

    Dr. Stevens (as Michael Dunne)

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Status Released

Release Information

  • January 10, 1946
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 10m

Budget $375,000.00

Revenue -

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