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Where Danger Lives (1950)

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A young doctor falls in love with a disturbed young woman, becomes involved in the death of her husband, and has to flee with her to the Mexican border.

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Cast

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Jeff Cameron
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Margo
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Mr. Lannington
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Julie
Charles Kemper ...
Police Chief
Ralph Dumke ...
Klauber
Billy House ...
Mr. Bogardus
Harry Shannon ...
Dr. Maynard
Philip Van Zandt ...
Milo DeLong
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Dr. Mullenbach
Lillian West ...
Mrs. Bogardus
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One night at the hospital, young doctor Jeff Cameron meets Margo, who's brought in after a suicide attempt. He quickly falls for her and they become romantically involved, but it turns out that Margo is married. At a confrontation, Margo's husband is killed and Jeff and Margo flee. Heading for Mexico, they try to outrun the law. Written by Leon Wolters <wolters@strw.LeidenUniv.nl>

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She's tempting to look at - dangerous to know! See more »


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14 July 1950 (USA)  »

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White Rose for Julie  »

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Working title was "A White Rose for Julie." See more »

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Frederick Lannington: If you take her, it's a long road! There's no turning back!
Margo Lannington: Oh, Jeff, take me away now!
Frederick Lannington: 'Now' can be a long time, Dr. Cameron, but time passes, and then there's the end of the line!
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Featured in Where Danger Lives: White Rose for Julie (2007) See more »

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There's Nothing Else To Do in Ma-La-Ka-Mo-Ka-Lu
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Written by Cliff Friend and Sidney D. Mitchell
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Another great performance from Robert Mitchum
21 November 2005 | by (Derby, England) – See all my reviews

I taped Where Danger Lives when BBC 2 screened it in the early hours recently.

A doctor and patient fall in love with each other, the doctor not aware of her being a mad woman. After he thinks he kills her husband by accident, they go on the run and head for Mexico but face plenty of obstacles on their way including a car crash and getting caught up in a small town's carnival of some sort. It's here where they get married and eventually, we learn what really happened to the woman's husband...

Shot well in black and white, this movie is fast paced and very atmospheric throughout, helped by the music score.

Joining the great Robert Mitchum (Night of the Hunter, Cape Fear) in the cast are Faith Domergue (This Island Earth, It Came From Beneath the Sea), Claude Rains (The Wolf Man, The Invisible Man) and Maureen O'Sullivan (Jane from some of the Weismuller Tarzan movies).

See this if you get the chance. Brilliant.

Rating: 4 stars out of 5.


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