In Victorian Brighton a scheming pub landlady befriends an innocent chemist's assistant in order to get hold of poison to do away with her boozy husband. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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When submitted to the US Production Code Administration in script form in November 1947, it was rejected because it showed details of a crime and ended with a suicide. It was released without receiving a PCA Seal of Approval. See more
Hush Every Breeze
Written by James Hook
Arranged by Ernest Irving See more