Jassy (1947)

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In 17th. century England, Jassy is believed a witch because she has sometimes visions of approaching disasters. When Barney Hatton, an impoverished gentry whose gambling father has lost the... See full summary »


  • Margaret Lockwood and Patricia Roc in Jassy (1947)
  • Margaret Lockwood and Dermot Walsh in Jassy (1947)
  • Basil Sydney in Jassy (1947)
  • Margaret Lockwood in Jassy (1947)
  • Patricia Roc in Jassy (1947)
  • Margaret Lockwood in Jassy (1947)

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The first Gainsborough Studios film to be shot in colour (Technicolor).


Jassy: I can handle my own men, thank you, Mr Helmar.


Lady Helmar (Linden Travers) pledges her love to her lover once he has been forbidden to see her, but her speech becomes silent whilst her lips move in what was going to be a good speech. There is then a slow fade to black and back up to the Card Scene.


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Drama | Romance

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