The House of the Arrow (1953) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
The House of the Arrow: Directed by Michael Anderson. With Oskar Homolka, Robert Urquhart, Yvonne Furneaux, Josephine Griffin. A rich old lady dies in bed and leaves all of her money to her recently adopted daughter, who is quickly accused and exonerated of her murder.
- Michael Anderson
The House of the Arrow. 1953 Directed by Michael Anderson. Synopsis Doorway to Danger! A London solicitor and a French detective investigate the mysterious death of ...
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She then appeared in a number of films in the 1950s. These included: The House of the Arrow (1953), The Weak and the Wicked (1954), The Purple Plain (1954, as Gregory Peck's wife), The Crowded Day (1954), an episode of the television series Fabian of the Yard (1955), Room in the House (1955), The Extra Day (1956) and On Such a Night (short; 1956).
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Budget. $1,638,000. Box office. $1,810,000. All the Fine Young Cannibals is a 1960 American film directed by Michael Anderson, based on the novel by Rosamond Marshall, starring Robert Wagner, Natalie Wood, Susan Kohner, George Hamilton, and Pearl Bailey. Hamilton said it "combined Southern Gothic with a biopic of jazzman Chet Baker ."
An embittered Indian scout attempts to escort a homesteader's wife and her son back to safety after her cowardly husband deserts her during an Apache attack. When she refuses to go, the scout ...
The cast included Cooper as Patch, and Charlton Heston as Sands, with Richard Harris and Sir Michael Redgrave in supporting roles. Critics generally agree that the finished film matches Hitchcock and Lehman's prediction.
A pre-First World War love affair between a young composer (Dennis Price) and a star of the musical stage (Giselle Preville) falters through a misunderstanding which causes her to leave him and marry a prince (Anthony Nicholls).