Allen, Lewis,, Smith, Dodie,, Partos, Frank,, Brackett, Charles,, Milland, Ray,, Hussey, Ruth,, Crisp, Donald,, Skinner, Cornelia Otis,, Stickney, Dorothy,, Everest, Barbara,, Napier, Alan,, Russell, Gail,, Lang, Charles B.,, Young, Victor,, Harrison, Doane,, Dreier, Hans,, Fegté, Ernst,, Head, Edith,, Seymour, Steve,, Almereyda, Michael,, Nehme, Farran Smith,Macardle, Dorothy. (Eds.) () The uninvited /MLA Citation
Allen, Lewis,, Smith, Dodie,, Partos, Frank,, Brackett, Charles,, Milland, Ray,, Hussey, Ruth,, Crisp, Donald,, Skinner, Cornelia Otis,, Stickney, Dorothy,, Everest, Barbara,, Napier, Alan,, Russell, Gail,, Lang, Charles B.,, Young, Victor,, Harrison, Doane,, Dreier, Hans,, Fegté, Ernst,, Head, Edith,, Seymour, Steve,, Almereyda, Michael,, Nehme, Farran Smith,Macardle, Dorothy,eds. The Uninvited. : . Print.
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The uninvited /
a Paramount picture ; screen play by Dodie Smith and Frank Partos ; associate producer, Charles Brackett ; directed by Lewis Allen.
|Uniform Title:||Uninvited (Motion picture)|
|Physical Description:||1 DVD video (99 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (23 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm).
|System Details:||DVD; NTSC; region 1; 1.37:1 aspect ratio; monaural.
|Language Note:||English dialogue with optional English subtitles.
|Summary:||A pair of siblings from London purchases a surprisingly affordable, lonely cliff-top house in Cornwall, only to discover that it actually carries a ghostly price. Soon they're caught up in a bizarre romantic triangle from beyond the grave. A tragic family past, a mysteriously locked room, cold chills, bumps in the night--this gothic Hollywood classic has it all.
|Performer:||Ray Milland, Ruth Hussey, Donald Crisp, Cornelia Otis Skinner, Dorothy Stickney, Barbara Everest, Alan Napier, Gail Russell.
|Target Audience:||Rating: Not rated.
|Notes:||Based on the novel by Dorothy Macardle.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1944.
Special features: New 2K digital film restoration; Giving up the ghost (new visual essay by filmmaker Michael Almereyda); Radio adaptations (accesible on DVD and as DVD-ROM feature to download to computer or MP3 player): Screen Guild Theater: August 28, 1944; Screen Director's Playhouse: November 18, 1949; Trailer. Plus, A booklet featuring an essay by critic Farran Smith Nehme and a 1997 interview with director Lewis Allen.
Allen, Lewis, 1905-2000, film director.
Smith, Dodie, 1896-1990, screenwriter.
Partos, Frank, 1901-1956, screenwriter.
Brackett, Charles, 1892-1969, film producer.
Milland, Ray, actor.
Hussey, Ruth, 1911-2005, actor.
Crisp, Donald, 1880-1974, actor.
Skinner, Cornelia Otis, 1901-1979, actor.
Stickney, Dorothy, actor.
Everest, Barbara, 1890-1968, actor.
Napier, Alan, 1903-1988, actor.
Russell, Gail, 1924-1961, actor.
Lang, Charles B., director of photography.
Young, Victor, 1900-1956, composer (expression)
Harrison, Doane, 1894-1968, film editor.
Dreier, Hans, 1885-1966, art director.
Fegté, Ernst, 1900-1976, art director.
Head, Edith, costume designer.
Seymour, Steve, set decorator.
Almereyda, Michael, commentator.
Nehme, Farran Smith, writer of added text.
Macardle, Dorothy, 1889-1958. Uninvited.
Universal Pictures (Firm)
Paramount Pictures, Inc.
Criterion Collection (Firm), film distributor.