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My Name Is Julia Ross

My Name Is Julia Ross(1945)

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  • Lots of bang for the buck

    • TK
    • 12/6/13

    Robert Osborne said they only spent 10 days and $175,000 making this movie in the 1940's. Goes to show that a good story, script, direction, and cast don't need a lot of trappings. Nina Foch is gorgeous. Her distinctive speaking voice is a delight along with her performance which captures you from the start. You can feel her despair as she realizes her situation, and then her resolve as she gathers herself and starts matching wits with the villains. Fans of suspense won't be disappointed. Thanks TCM for another pleasant surprise.

  • Treasure Lost but Now Found

    • HoneyButta
    • 10/30/08

    Just watched this movie a few days ago after waiting over a year to do so. This, like the other poster, was a movie that haunted me since seeing as a young girl, but all I could remember was "My Name is.....". After searching through the TCM website, I finally found it! It aired 10/23 and I taped it and it's now my treasure!! Just as I remember, haunting and suspenseful, but not quite as scary (I'm not a young girl anymore!)

  • Overlooked Classic

    • alan melzak
    • 4/25/07

    A B-Movie masterpiece from Joseph W. Lewis

  • Very Good Movie

    • Cathy
    • 4/21/07

    I have only seen this movie once before. and I think that I have seen every old movie there is. I was so glad that TCM showed it so I could see it again. I think that it is very well done because it keeps you in suspense until the very end.

  • My Name Is Julia Ross

    • Dee
    • 4/20/07

    I have waited 60 years to again see this movie. I was 11 years old when it came to the theater's and I was entranced with its' mystery.So, last night, 4-19-2007, TCM presented the film and I so looked forward to seeing it again. I slipped my vcr tape into the recorder, set the time for recording, but, when I went to fetch the tape,......sadly I did not notice the tape was almost full and I had forgotten to rewind the tape before recording 'My Name Is Julia Ross'. I have checked Netflix but no DVD for this movie.I can only hope that TCM will again show this film as it is a wonderful production.

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