Sleep, My Love

1947

Sleep, My Love

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Movie Info

In this noirish melodrama, a wealthy young woman awakens aboard a Boston-bound train with no memory of how she got there. A kindly old woman helps her contact her husband. When her husband mentions that she threatened him with a gun before leaving, she is even more confused.

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Cast

Claudette Colbert
as Alison Courtland
Don Ameche
as Richard Courtland
Robert Cummings
as Bruce Elcott
George Coulouris
as Charles Vernay
Anne Triola
as Waitress
Queenie Smith
as Mrs. Vernay
Keye Luke
as Jimmie
Fred Nurney
as Haskins
Raymond Burr
as Lt. Strake
Ralph Morgan
as Dr. Rhinehart
Jimmie Dodd
as Elevator Boy
Syd Saylor
as Milkman
Eddie Dunn
as Bartender
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Critic Reviews for Sleep, My Love

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Audience Reviews for Sleep, My Love

  • Dec 20, 2013
    Although this Gaslight knockoff features a solid cast, the plot and direction (artistically sound, yet lacking storytelling fundamentals) leaves much to be desired. Ameche "tells" (per direction I'm sure) the first minute he is onscreen. Yech. But everyone does okay insofar as delivering-a-story-you-already-know-how-it-goes goes. The Chinese wedding sequence (featuring Asians laughing, kissing, and dancing - not sinister, not the racist Hollywood I grew up watching at all) really the only surprise in this "mystery".
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Sep 26, 2012
    This movie is a lot like films like Gaslight, which were better. There is a pretty good cast, and it starts out a pretty good mystery. Then it gets to be predictable, and it's not as good as it could be.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Nov 17, 2010
    Early Sirk semi Gaslight remake has effective use of shadows and a good cast but tips it's hand far too early. In addition it has some seemingly interesting subsidiary characters, Rita Johnson is especially fun cast against type as a daffy chatterbox, that are trotted out just long enough to catch your attention and then they disappear. Unfortunate since the "mystery" is revealed so early and is obvious even before that the film could have used some extra attractions.
    jay n Super Reviewer
  • Feb 07, 2010
    really good film noir thriller. what made it so was the excellent supporting cast, the likes of queenie smith as mrs grace vernay and rita johnson as barby
    Sanity Assassin ! Super Reviewer

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