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The Girl Who Dared (1944)

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OUT OF THE FOGS OF FEAR! STORMS OF TERROR!...came this amazing person...to thrill you!

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Lorna Gray ...
Ann Carroll
Peter Cookson ...
Rufus Blair
Grant Withers ...
Homer Norton
Veda Ann Borg ...
Cynthia Harrison / Sylvia Scott
John Hamilton ...
Beau Richmond
Willie Best ...
Woodrow
Vivien Oakland ...
Chattie Richmond
Roy Barcroft ...
David Scott
Kirk Alyn ...
Josh Carroll
Kenne Duncan ...
Dr. Paul Dexter
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OUT OF THE FOGS OF FEAR! STORMS OF TERROR!...came this amazing person...to thrill you!

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Mystery | Romance

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5 August 1944 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Audences who bothered to look at Republic's advertising for this film might've felt cheated: one of the 1-sheets clearly shows the film's killer being hauled off by the police. See more »

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Irrational love for this movie.
2 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

The other reviews raise pretty obviously legitimate criticisms of this film, but I love it to death. Plot-wise, it's not particularly ambitious, and the racist representation of the servant is cringe- worthy. But I strangely find the movie enchanting and can watch it over and over. It's gorgeously atmospheric--the kind of cinematography I just eat up. The love story is modestly feasible, with two likable actors inhabiting those roles. I try to watch as many "old dark house" films as I can, because I love the look of them, I love murder mysteries, and it's a nice way to understand some of the conventions, fashions, trends, and language of the 30s and 40s. Unfortunately this film is not available on DVD, as far as I can tell. It streams on amazon, but you never know when those things are going to disappear. Again, this film is not technically a *10*, but I find it beautiful and absorbing, with the quintessential "old dark house" elements pure and strong.


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