A madman murders Sir Percival Glyde. Taking on his victim's identity, the man returns to the Glyde ancestral home, Blackwater Park, in hopes of claiming a large inheritance. However, the estate is heavily in debt. Still hungry for wealth, the false "Glyde" takes advantage of a long-standing betrothal promise to marry young and beautiful heiress Laurie Fairlie. Having his true identity revealed could ruin everything, but this lascivious and diabolical "Glyde" is more than willing to kill anyone who stands in his way... This story is loosely based on Wilkie Collins's The Woman in White.
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Very loosely based on the 1859 novel "The Woman in White" by Wilkie Collins. See more
When Marian Fairlie sneezes, Sir Frederick Fairlie complains about her spreading germs. But the story is set in the 1850s, and the germ theory of disease would not be known to the public until the 1870s. See more
The False Percival Glyde
[after tying a noose around his victim's neck
You always said, you were a teetotaler. You're going to have a nice drop, now!
Version of Kiri ni sumu akuma
from "Symphony No. 6 in F major, Op. 68 (The Pastoral)"
Music by Ludwig van Beethoven
Arranged by Jack Beaver See more