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Her Panelled Door (1950)

The Woman with No Name (original title)
Approved | | Drama | 30 July 1951 (USA)
A young woman with amnesia finds herself in London during the second world war. She falls in love and marries a Polish man in the R.A.F. He gets killed and then a crippled man comes to her ... See full summary »

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Yvonne Winter
Edward Underdown ...
Lake Winter
Helen Cherry ...
Sybil
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Nick Chamerd
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Doctor
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Capt. Bradshawe
Betty Ann Davies ...
Beatrice
Amy Veness ...
Sophie
Andrew Osborn ...
Paul Hammond
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Colin
Olive Milbourne ...
Hospital Sister (as Olive Milbourn)
June Bardsley ...
Hospital Nurse
Will Ambro ...
Hospital Porter
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Waiter
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Group Captain
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A young woman with amnesia finds herself in London during the second world war. She falls in love and marries a Polish man in the R.A.F. He gets killed and then a crippled man comes to her and says she is his wife. She goes with him to his mansion and her bedroom door is a panelled door. Slowly she remembers her husband was cruel to her after his accident, but she falls in love with him again and regains her memory. Written by Norah Taylor

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Burton in an early amnesiac thriller
20 August 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I saw this film in 1951(!) when I wrote a short review. Not knowing Burton's future I recorded that he gave 'a very sincere performance' (though I can't now recall his role), while Helen Cherry (then Trevor Howard's wife) *SPOILER ALERT!* was 'good as the villainess'. Star Phyllis Calvert was 'quite good' as the amnesic heroine, but 'sometimes it was too obvious that she was acting'. Edward Underdown (so good in 'They Were Not Divided') played her embittered husband, and one of my favourite character actors, James Hayter (better known as Mr Pickwick) was 'good as an army doctor'. I gave the film 3 stars out of 5. This isn't much of a comment, but it's one for the archive - and who could match it?


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