Moss Rose (1947)

Mystery / Thriller


Film Review

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Moss Rose is an American thriller film first released on 30th May 1947, directed by Gregory Ratoff. Cinematography was by Joseph MacDonald and the film was scored by David Buttolph. It is based on a novel by Joseph Shearing and stars Peggy Cummins, Victor Mature, Ethel Barrymore, Vincent Price and Margo Woode.   It is a Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation production, produced by Gene Markey and distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.   It is a black and white film and runs to 1 hour and 22 minutes.  

Our overall rating for Moss Rose is: good - passable entertainment.

Other memorable films that have been directed by Gregory Ratoff include: Rose of Washington Square (1939), Wife, Husband and Friend (1939), The Corsican Brothers (1941) and That Dangerous Age (1949). The actor Victor Mature has also appeared in: Footlight Serenade (1942), Samson and Delilah (1949), Safari (1956) and China Doll (1958).

Other mystery/thriller films of the 1940s from USA that you may be interested in are: Harold Clurman's Deadline at Dawn (1946), Fritz Lang's Ministry of Fear (1944), Roy William Neill's Sherlock Holmes Faces Death (1943), Roy William Neill's The Spider Woman (1944) and Roy William Neill's Terror by Night (1946).




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