My Name Is Julia Ross

USA | 1945 | 65 minutes | Joseph H. Lewis

July 24, 2016

SIFF Cinema Egyptian | Noir City
One of Joseph H. Lewis’ breakthrough B films, My Name is Julia Ross tells the story of a young woman (Nina Foch) who takes a job as a live-in assistant for an older woman and her suspicious son Ralph (George Macready). Before she knows what’s happening, Julia is trapped in a lonely mansion being persuaded that she is Ralph’s (late) wife. A “woman in jeopardy” classic.

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  • Director: Joseph H. Lewis
  • Principal Cast: Nina Foch, Dame May Whitty, George Macready
  • Country: USA
  • Year: 1945
  • Running Time: 65 minutes