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A Window in London (Lady in Distress) (1939)





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Filmed in 1939 but not put into general release until 1942, Lady in Distress stars Michael Redgrave as an innocent bystander who thinks he's witnessed a murder. In fact, what he's seen is the rehearsal of an illusion conjured up by stage magician Paul Lukas. Sally Gray, Lukas' wife and assistant, eventually finds herself the victim of her husband's jealousy. This time around, Lukas is certain that Redgrave's suspicions will be laughed off by the police in light of the young man's earlier misapprehensions. Incredibly enough, the central situation of the British Lady in Distress served as the basis for a Columbia 2-reel comedy, Hiss and Yell (1946). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Sally Gray
as Vivienne
Paul Lukas
as Zoltini
Hartley Power
as Max Preston
Glen Alyn
as Andrea
Gertrude Musgrove
as Telephonist
George Carney
as Night Watchman
Brian Coleman
as Constable
John Salew
as Reporter
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