Corridor of Mirrors (1948) - Watch Online. Directed by Terence Young

Genres Drama     Mystery    
IMDb rating
7/10
Director    
Writers Rudolph Cartier (writer)
Christopher Massie (novel) (as Chris Massey)
Edana Romney (writer)
Cast                                                        
Country UK
Language English
Runtime 105 min, USA:96 min
Plot ... see Corridor of Mirrors on IMDb
Corridor of Mirrors 1948

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    Directed by Terence Young. With Eric Portman, Edana Romney, Barbara Mullen, Hugh Sinclair. A man falls in love with a beautiful young woman and begins to suspect that he may have also loved her in a previous life.

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  • Corridor of Mirrors | Britmovie | Home of British Films

    Corridor of Mirrors – 1948 | 105 mins | Drama | B&W. Plot Synopsis. ... Terence Young: Director André Thomas: Cinematography Douglas Myers: Editing Georges Auric: Original Music Rudolph Cartier: Producer Rudolph Cartier: Script Edana Romney: Script. Cast.

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    AKA: Corridor of Mirrors. Year: 1948. Character: Charles . Director: Terence Young. Cameraman: André Thomas. Screenplay: Christopher Massie, Rudolph Cartier, Edana Romney. Runtime: 105. Country: UK. Genre: Drama | Mystery.

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    Corridor of Mirrors is a 1948 British drama film directed by Terence Young and starring Eric Portman, Edana Romney and Barbara Mullen. [1] It was based on a novel by Christopher Massie.

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Reminiscent of Jean Cocteau's Beauty and the Beast, this intriguing gothic romance marked the directorial debut of Terence Young (From Russia with Love; Dr. No; Mayerling, 1968). Corridor of Mirrors begins in post-World War I Italy, where an artist becomes obsessed with a woman in a Renaissance-era painting. Imagining himself to be the reincarnation of her lover, the wealthy eccentric returns to London to make over his mansion in 16th-century Venetian fashion and search for his lady's modern counterpart. Impressed by his charms, a young British beauty is eager to play the part, even dress in period costume. The fantasy unravels, however, as the darkness of the artist's vision is revealed. Like Cocteau before him, Young treats viewers to a dream world created with lavish sets, exquisite cinematography, and the mesmerizing music of Georges Auric.
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