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Fog Island (1945)

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A man invites a group of people to a holiday in his island home, intending to exact revenge on them.

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(as Terry Morse)

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Complete credited cast:
George Zucco ...
Leo Grainer
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Jerome Cowan ...
Kavanaugh
Sharon Douglas ...
Veda Ann Borg ...
Sylvia
John Whitney ...
Jacqueline deWit ...
Emiline Bronson (as Jacqueline DeWit)
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George Lloyd ...
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Leo, a former convict, is living in seclusion on an island with his step-daughter, the daughter of his late wife. Leo was framed by a group of former business associates, and he also suspects that one of them killed his wife. He has invited the group to his island, tempting them by hinting about a hidden fortune, and he has installed a number of traps and secret passages in his home. He is aided in his efforts by a former cell-mate who holds a grudge against the same persons. When everyone arrives, the atmosphere of mutual suspicion and the thick fog that covers the island promise a tense and hazardous weekend for everyone. Written by Snow Leopard

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STARTLING...The Amazing Tale Of A Fog Swept Place Of Terror! See more »


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15 February 1945 (USA)  »

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Fog Island  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Based on the play, Angel Island (1937). Comedy-mystery. Written by Bernie Angus. Directed and produced by George Abbott. National Theatre: 20 Oct 1937- Nov 1937 (closing date unknown/21 performances). Cast included: Joyce Arling, Carroll Ashburn, Nigel Blake, Clayton Collyer, Morgan Conway, Alma Dickson, Betty Field, Clyde Fillmore, Arlene Francis, Thomas Graham, David Hoffman, Louise Larabee, Doro Merande, Lea Penman, Maidel Turner, Edith Van Cleve, Eric Wollencott. See more »

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Although the credits name George Zucco's character as 'Leo Grainer', he is referred to throughout the film as 'Leo Grainger'. See more »

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[first lines]
Gail: Leo? Leo, are you out here?
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Waltz in A Minor
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Music by Frédéric Chopin
Arranged by Karl Hajos
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Quite Foggy
18 December 2003 | by (Flushing, NY) – See all my reviews

Leo Granger, falsely framed for embezzlement and living on Fog Island with his stepdaughter, invites the 4 persons who framed him and one of which is responsible for the murder of Granger's wife. The only reason for the 4 to go to the former pirate hideaway, is that they, along w/ Granger's former cellmate, believe that somewhere in the house is a stash of money, Granger accumulated. One of the four, Kingsley, is the son of the recently deceased person who framed Granger, and is only there for Gail, the step-daughter. At the island, Granger gives each a clue to ultimately get "what's coming to them", and he waits to see how the group's greed will get the best of them. The film has the right atmosphere and a good cast, but that's all to recommend it. Obviously with a PRC budget, you might have had a style similar to Clair's And Then There Were None. Morse's direction is uneven, very often breaking the tension. Still a good production from the studio. Rating, 5.


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