Footsteps in the Fog (1955)

Footsteps in the Fog





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In this Victorian melodrama, Jean Simmons is a scheming servant girl hired by sinister nobleman Stewart Granger. Granger's ailing wife dies of "natural causes," but Simmons knows better and uses this knowledge to her advantage. In exchange for her silence, she forces Granger to cater to her every whim.

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Mystery & Suspense, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Lenore J. Coffee, Arthur Pierson, Dorothy Reid
In Theaters:
Columbia Pictures


as Stephen Lowry

as Lily Watkins

as David MacDonald

as Inspector Peters

as Alfred Travers

as Elizabeth Travers

as Herbert Moresby

as Dr. Simpson

as Magistrate

as Mrs. Park

as Brasher

as Rose Moresby

as Corcoran

as Constable Burke

as Constable Farrow
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Critic Reviews for Footsteps in the Fog

All Critics (1)

The plot strains credibility.

Full Review… | January 22, 2008
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Audience Reviews for Footsteps in the Fog

Enjoyable Victorian drama about some very unscrupulous people. Sumptuous production values and Jean looks very beautiful.

jay nixon

Super Reviewer

Very dark, twisted tale about murder, blackmail and deception. Kept me on the edge of my seat until the end, though the pace is not fast or overdone. In fact, it's the subtlety that makes this film, along with great acting and storytelling.


Great Acting by Granger and Simmons, Chemistry between them is amazing. Star of it though had to be Simmons, her innocence that mixes with her insane motherly madness attraction to the character Stephen Lowry is amazing. Her paradox acting is so appealing.

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