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The Unseen(1945)

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  • Missing matelot

    • Dave
    • 1/21/12

    My father took me to see this film when I was very young and, in truth, I don't remember any of the plot except I do remember that many references were made to "Sailor Malley". I never understood why this Irish seaman never appeared. Having read this site's synopsis of the film it would seem that I have been somewhat confused for many years!!

  • Holding my Breath

    • Patricia Griffith
    • 6/3/08

    That's what I did as a 12 year old, when I saw this movie 3 times in one weekend. I have never forgotten it and have been looking for it on Video or DVD for the last 25 years.

  • Worth Seeing

    • Jacqueline Wolf
    • 1/29/08

    I was on the set of this movie as the stand-in for Nona Griffith. I remembering being quite awstruck. Gail Russell was wonderful in this role and to see Joel McCrea in a genre other than a Western is a treat. This was almost the last of his non-cowboy roles

  • Great movie

    • Kim Teague
    • 12/11/07

    My Father has a memory of seeing this movie as a child. Many of the scenes are still in his mind. It left a great impression on him. He really thought it was a great movie.

  • Scary movie

    • Guil Fisher
    • 11/29/07

    I remember first seeing this on the giant screen as a child and it scared me very much. Saw this recently and it's still a dark and moody film with Joel McCrea in the lead and a young Gail Russell fresh from her debut in THE UNINVITED, also a ghost story. Can't understand why it hasn't been released. A young nanny is hired to take care of two children who live in the house next door to a boarded up house where strange lights and footsteps are coming from. A bit like UNINVITED, SPIRAL STAIRCASE and TURNING OF THE SCREW. Herbert Marshall in supporting role.

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