Blanche Fury (1948)

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The childless widow of Allan Fury bequeaths the Fury estate to her Fuller relatives but Allan's illegitimate son who masquerades as a servant hopes to grab the estate for himself.



  • Susanne Gibbs in Blanche Fury (1948)
  • Stewart Granger and Valerie Hobson in Blanche Fury (1948)
  • Stewart Granger and Valerie Hobson in Blanche Fury (1948)
  • Blanche Fury (1948)
  • Blanche Fury (1948)
  • Sybille Binder in Blanche Fury (1948)

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1 December 2002 | suppascoops
| one of the best films of the forties
I first discovered this little gem on tv a few years ago and loved it , i taped it and for some unknown reason kept watching it over and over it has a kind of hypnotic pull to i mean you have to really get into, i guess its not for everybody but it has been held in some regard up until recently,martin scorseses mentioned this as one of his guilty pleasures in film comment years ago and popular film presenter and critic from australia bill collins said while presenting another film that this would have to be one of the best british films from the forties.I totally agree it has a great gothic feel and the decor is marvelous as is the estate it was filmed on it has good solid performances and stewart granger is espescially good.Take note of the gypsy elements because at the time these points were crowd pullers other granger films to watch out for with similarities - "moonfleet","caravan","saraband for dead lovers","madonna of the seven moons"

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