The Unseen (1945)

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A secretive widower hires a governess for his children, a willful boy and impressionable girl. Strange occurrences and the governess's curiosity lead her to unlock the secrets of the mysterious and uninhabited brownstone next door.

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  • Joel McCrea and Gail Russell in The Unseen (1945)
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  • Herbert Marshall and Gail Russell in The Unseen (1945)
  • Joel McCrea and Gail Russell in The Unseen (1945)
  • Joel McCrea and Gail Russell in The Unseen (1945)
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25 July 2018 | arthur_tafero
5
| Half a Loaf is Better Than None
Most mysteries in the 2000s lack either atmosphere or good writing. This film lacked only good writing. Hard to believe Raymond Chandler could write a turkey, and even more unbelievable that John Houseman, a true giant in film, could have been the producer. Joel McCrea never made a bad movie as far as I know; but this one is certainly near the bottom of his accomplishments,

One of the problems of the films is its pacing; the movie moves at a snail's pace for an hour or so, and then does the hundred yard dash to tie up all the loose ends in the last ten minutes. I will not mention the ending, but it was rather unsatisfying. Interesting to see McCrea and Herbert Marshall (one of Bette Davis's favorite leading men in a film together. A watchable film, but killed by the annoying children, and having a haunted house next to a mansion. Please.

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