The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (Guilty of Murder?) (1945)
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as Harry Melville Quincey
as Lettie Quincey
as Hester Quincey
as Deborah Brown
as Dr. Adams
as Mrs. Nelson
as John Warren
as Mr. Nelson
as Mr. Follinsbee
as Mrs. Follinsbee
as Biff Wagner
as Joan Warren
as Joe the Greek
as Moving Man
as Jed Jessup
Critic Reviews for The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (Guilty of Murder?)
Had it ended two minutes earlier, it would have been a considerably more successful film. Like many Hollywood dramas of the 1940s, it stumbles during its dismount.
Couched in snapshots of provincial America as fond and sardonic as any in Shadow of a Doubt
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Audience Reviews for The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (Guilty of Murder?)
This was a great movie until it got to a very bad cliched ending. If they would have ended it before that, or changed it, it would have been so much better than it was. Overall pretty good, but not as good as it could have been.
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