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My Name is Julia Ross (1945) was a Drama - Film Noir Film directed by Joseph H. Lewis and produced by Wallace MacDonald.

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Tr?gico ?libi (1945) / My Name is Julia Ross (1945)

By L? on Mar 30, 2019 From Critica Retro

Tr?gico ?libi (1945) / My Name is Julia Ross (1945) Alguns filmes simplesmente nos arrebatam quando estamos desprevenidos e nos deixam sem f?lego – n?o importa qu?o antigos ou curtos eles s?o. “Tr?gico ?libi” (1945) fez isto comigo. Ao me colocar no lugar da protagonista, e... Read full article


My Name is Julia Ross ( 1945 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Aug 11, 2016 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Quiggy, of The Midnite Drive-In, is hosting The Film Noir Blogathon this week, celebrating those atmospheric black and white thrillers commonly known as "noirs". Noirs have long been a favorite genre of classic film fans, most likely because it was a style of filming that is no longer seen in film... Read full article


My Name is Julia Ross ( 1945 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Aug 11, 2016 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Quiggy, of The Midnite Drive-In, is hosting The Film Noir Blogathon this week, celebrating those atmospheric black and white thrillers commonly known as "noirs". Noirs have long been a favorite genre of classic film fans, most likely because it was a style of filming that is no longer seen in film... Read full article


My Name Is Julia Ross (1945)

By Beatrice on Jan 1, 2015 From Flickers in Time

My Name Is Julia Ross Directed by Joseph H. Lewis Written by Muriel Roy Bolton from a novel by Anthony Gilbert 1945/USA Columbia Pictures Corporation First Viewing/YouTube This is an above-average “B” thriller with plenty of chills. ?Dame May Whitty is the standout. Julia Ross (Nina F... Read full article


Must-See Movie: My Name is Julia Ross (1945)

By shadowsandsatin on Nov 12, 2013 From Shadows and Satin

Nina Foch gives a first-rate performance in the title role. My Name is Julia Ross came THISCLOSE to being my TCM film noir pick of the month ? it was edged out by a hair by that ever-so-awesome Burt Lancaster starrer, The Sweet Smell of Success. But while you?re making your movie-watching choices fo... Read full article


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Ralph Hughes: You haven't forgotten us again, have you, Marian?
Julia Ross: You know perfectly well I'm Julia Ross!


Mrs. Hughes: [after interviewing Julia for a live-in secretarial position] She's perfect.
Ralph Hughes: There's even a small resemblance.


Ralph Hughes: Marion, darling. How do you feel? Why, you look better this morning, much better! Doesn't she, Mother?
Mrs. Hughes: Indeed she does!
Julia Ross: My name isn't Marion, and I'm not married to you or anyone. I was engaged as a secretary! Now what does this all mean? Why did we leave London?
Mrs. Hughes: You haven't forgotten us again, have you, Marion?
Julia Ross: I'm not Marion, and you know it.
Mrs. Hughes: All right, dear. Let's not argue. Let's just have our tea, and perhaps another nap, and then you'll feel much better.
Ralph Hughes: I'm afraid it's cold.
Mrs. Hughes: Alice, bring some more hot water quickly, please.
Alice: Yes, mum.
Julia Ross: I don't know what this is all about, but I promise you some very serious trouble unless you stop it immediately. You know perfectly well I'm Julia Ross.
Mrs. Hughes: Marion, dear, please don't excite yourself so. You'll just bring on another attack.
Julia Ross: Attack? Attack of what?
Mrs. Hughes: Nerves, dear, just nerves. Oh, we do so want you to know you're with your own family!
Julia Ross: Nonsense!
Ralph Hughes: Marion, darling!
[He grasps her by her arm]
Ralph Hughes: Control yourself!
Julia Ross: Let me go.
Mrs. Hughes: We're doing everything in our power to make you well again.
Julia Ross: [Ralph's grasp becomes painful] Let me go! If you don't stop this, I'll have you arrested!
[Clearly Ralph's grip is unbearable]
Julia Ross: Why are you doing this? It's so stupid, so silly!


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In a 1988 interview about this movie, Nina Foch said the idea that Dame May Whitty had George Macready as a son was "hysterically funny in a bizarre sort of way."
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