Unsuspected, The (1947) - I Rather Enjoy Playing God
Radio star and murderer Victor Grandison (Claude Rains) talks down his irritated fall-guy Mr. Press (Jack Lambert) as he weaves his plot in The Unsuspected, 1947.
Unsuspected, The - (Original Trailer)
The producer of a radio crime series commits the perfect crime, then has to put the case on the air in The Unsuspected (1947).
Unsuspected, The (1947) - I'm Sure I'd Remember
Radio mystery host Victor Grandison (Claude Rains) counsels his neice Matilda (Joan Caulfield), thought dead but now returned from Brazil, who's come home to a husband she doesn't remember marrying, in director Michael Curtiz's The Unsuspected, 1947.
Unsuspected, The (1947) - We Could All Be Murderers
Probably the first appearance of Claude Raines as radio sleuth Grandison, on the air as we meet various characters, Michael North, Jack Lambert in a famous shot from director Michael Curtiz, then Fred Clark, Hurd Hatfield and Audrey Totter, early in The Unsuspected, 1947.
Unsuspected, The (1947) - Attractive Young Secretary
The opening, in which Claude Rains, as radio star Grandison, might be the guy upside-down in the reflection, as we briefly meet his secretary (Barbara Woodell), his niece (Audrey Totter) and his over-dressed producer (Constance Bennett), Michael Curtiz directing in high Noir style, in The Unsuspected, 1947.