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Love in his Heart . . . Tragedy in his Mind ! The stars of "Penny Serenade" and "Rebecca" in this most thrilling mystery . .
Dame May Whitty
Academy Award Nominated
Academy Award Best Picture Nominated
Warner Archive Collection
1,000 Noir Films: They Shot Dark Pictures, Didn't They?
November 14, 1941
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Regardless of what anybody says, the ending to this movie was perfect.
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Agreed. It was also completely unexpected.
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I have to disagree with you guys. Yes the ending was unexpected but it brought about a whole different plot and motives that were not developed enough to seem realistic, leaving a lot of plot holes. The ending does not connect to the rest of the movie and just feels cheaply added on like it actually was.
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Gotta agree with eagles here. Tacked on is it exactly. A decent movie ruined by a tacked on finale.