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When a handsome young cellist ingratiates himself on the wealthy Cardew family, Mrs Laura Cardew (Frances Doble) appears to become infatuated with him, much to the frustration of her artist husband David (Stuart Rome). Convinced that his wife is having an affair he seizes the opportunity for hideous revenge when Laura suggests that he makes a cast of the musician’s priceless hands.

  1. Sinclair Hill

    Director

  2. Leslie Howard Gordon

    Writer

  3. Stacy Aumonier

    Writer

  4. Harcourt Templeman

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Stewart Rome

    David

  2. Frances Doble

    David's Wife

  3. Hugh Eden

    Anton

  4. Kate Cutler

    The Mother

  5. Jill Clayton

    Jill

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Dark Red Roses

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Status Released

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  • March 1, 1930
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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 53m

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