Gaslight [Blu-ray]

Lights flicker and dim. Footsteps sound from a sealed-off attic. Mysterious events only vulnerable young Paula sees and hears make her fear she’s losing her mind exactly what treacherous spouse Gregory hopes. Directed by George Cukor, Gaslight shines as a superb exercise in suspense. Ingrid Bergman won her first Academy Award®* as Paula, doubting her sanity while clinging to it. Fellow Oscar® nominee Charles Boyer skillfully plays against type as smoothly evil Gregory. Joseph Cotten, Dame May Whitty and an 18-year-old Angela Lansbury in her movie debut (also capturing an Oscar® nomination) help make the Victorian era vividly realized through production design that earned an Academy Award®*.

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3 thoughts on “Gaslight [Blu-ray]

  1. Top acting, film classic, and origin of “gaslighting” One of the classical greats, which led to current use of the term “gaslighting” as making some one think they’re losing it mentally in order to manipulate them. Some of the premise may seem a little weak, but fits the kind of filmmaking made at the time.Breakout performance by Angela Lansbury (Sweeney Todd, Murder She Wrote) when she was just 18, super suave but unusually sinister performance by Charles Boyer (French actor who was called a “Latin lover”), dashing…

  2. Classic movie, Ingrid Bergman amazing & Angela’s 1st role Lovely, classic suspense movie. The ladies are outstanding! Ingrid Bergman is amazing and convincing as the tortured wife of Boyer. Her innocence, timidity and trusting nature grows to a knowing, mature woman by the end.Katie bar the door as Angela Lansbury takes over the scenes in her first, yes first movie. She gorgeous, street smart and willing to play up to the master of the house and his torment of Bergman. Her character, Nancy has one person on her mind at all times,…

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