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Blanche Fury (1948) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Marc Allégret and produced by Anthony Havelock-Allan.

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"Blanche Fury" and "High Anxiety"

By Rick29 on Dec 15, 2016 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

Blanche Fury (1948). Poor Blanche. In a short span, she improves her social station by progressing from servant to governess to the wife of wealthy landowner Laurence Fury. Unfortunately, on her wedding night, she realizes that she's passionately in love with the estate's bitter steward, Philip (St... Read full article


"Blanche Fury" and "High Anxiety"

By Rick29 on Dec 15, 2016 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

Blanche Fury (1948). Poor Blanche. In a short span, she improves her social station by progressing from servant to governess to the wife of wealthy landowner Laurence Fury. Unfortunately, on her wedding night, she realizes that she's passionately in love with the estate's bitter steward, Philip (St... Read full article


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Oswald Morris replaced Ernest Steward. Steward had been injured by a camera falling on him.
M.E. Clifton James, who appears as the prison governor, is most famous for his impersonation of Gen. Bernard L. Montgomery in the run-up to D-Day.
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Also directed by Marc Allégret




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Also produced by Anthony Havelock-Allan




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Also released in 1948




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