The Woman in the Hall (1948) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Woman in the Hall (1948)





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A mother provides a lousy example for her daughter in this gritty, realistic drama. The mother is a mistress of manipulating the sympathies of others for her own gain. Rather than working, she solicits the sympathy of others. Like her mother, the daughter is equally manipulative and ends up with a rich husband. Her mother decides to go straight and get a real job, but it may be too late for the daughter who forges a check and gets caught. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi


Ursula Jeans
as Lorna Blake
Jean Simmons
as Joy Blake
Cecil Parker
as Sir Halmar Barnard
Jill Raymond
as Molly Blake
Edward Underdown
as Neil Inglefield
Ruth Dunning
as Shirley
Lily Kann
as Baroness
Barbara Shaw
as Mrs. Maddox
Totti Truman Taylor
as Miss Gardiner
Martin Walker
as The Judge
Hugh Pryse
as Counsel for the Defense
Everley Gregg
as Lady Cloy
Alexis France
as Miss Mounce
Hugh Miller
as Mr. Walker
Susan Hampshire
as Young Jay
Tania Tipping
as Young Molly
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Miss G. B. Stern's novel, The Woman in the Hall, has been turned into an excellent film.

June 19, 2018 | Full Review…

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