Guest In The House DVD

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Anne Baxter plays a manipulative young woman who moves in with the family of her betrothed - who also happens to be her psychiatrist. She gradually turns the house full of happy loving people against each other and they are powerless to stop her.

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Released
18 May 2009
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Revelation Films 
Classification
Runtime
100 minutes 
Features
Black & White, PAL 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play   In Guest in the House Anne Baxter (All About Eve) stars as the unhinged psychotic Evelyn Heath who needs a quite place to relax and recuperate Her doctor Dan Proctor (Scott McKay) lets her use his house in Maine where she process to manipulate his happily-married brother Douglas (Ralph Bellamy Trading Places) into falling in love with her    Her cruel campaign to convince everyone in the house that she is the poor innocent party causes a major rift when she is told to get professional help she responds by trying to lure poor Dan into marriage and a final showdown results in death and redemption   The film received an Academy Award nomination for Best Music in 1946

An obsessive woman tries to break up a happy marriage, in this psychological drama directed by John Brahm. Emotionally disturbed Evelyn (Anne Baxter) is given shelter at the home of her doctor, Dan Proctor. (Scott Mackay). Once ensconced in the family home, she quickly falls for Dan's happily married brother Douglas (Ralph Bellamy) and contrives to win him for herself.