Dark Waters

Synopsis: Leslie Calvin, the sole survivor of a submarine accident, goes to her relatives in order to recover emotionally. Unfortunately she encounters various scam artists led by Mr. Sydney who intend to kill her and steal the family assets. Dr. George Grover helps Leslie to defeat Sydney.
Director(s): André De Toth
Production: Astor Pictures Corporation
 
IMDB:
6.5
APPROVED
Year:
1944
90 min
1,030 Views


How very kind of you to drive her out.

Won't you come in and sit down?

- Thank you, but I...

- Did you get the telegram?

No.

But don't worry about it, darling.

I'm sure it will turn up someday.

There you are, Norbert.

This is your uncle, dear.

- How do you do?

- Poor child; nobody met her.

You really should have

let us know, dear.

And Dr. Grover, so kind.

How do you do?

Hello.

I tried to telephone you

and you're not in the book.

That's odd.

Of course, it's not in our name.

It's listed under Cleeve because

naturally Mr. Cleeve was

the only one living here at the time.

So you see, dear,

you should have looked for Cleeve.

But Aunt Emily, you didn't say anything

about him in your letter.

Two fish!

Oh dear, oh dear.

I don't know why they do those things.

They promise you and then...

There's a chicken.

I'll just speak with Florella

You make me nervous!

I'm quite sure Florella

can produce something.

I told Dr. Grover you'd want him

to stay for dinner.

- Provided...

- We'd love to have you stay, doctor.

Of course, a simple meal,

under the circumstances.

No thanks.

I'm afraid I have to get back.

Oh.

That's too bad. Some other time, then.

So glad to have you with us, Leslie.

Make yourself at home.

- Emily, I'm right in the middle of this.

- Yes, I know.

You go ahead.

I'll be with you in a moment.

- I'll show you to you room, dear.

- I'll say goodbye now.

I'll be out to see you soon. Very soon.

- Thank you.

- Behave yourself.

- Goodbye.

- 'Bye.

I know you must be tired.

Of course, if I'd only known

you were coming.

I wonder if I could see

Mr. Lamont a moment.

He seems to have disappeared.

He's so engrossed in the book

he's writing. He's hardly aware

of what's going on around him.

In that case, maybe I better tell you

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