The Two Mrs. Carrolls
The Two Mrs. Carrolls is a 1947 American mystery film directed by Peter Godfrey and starring Humphrey Bogart, Barbara Stanwyck, and Alexis Smith. It was produced by Mark Hellinger from a screenplay by Thomas Job, based on the 1935 play by Martin Vale.
While on vacation in Scotland, Sally Morton learns that her lover, the painter Geoffrey Carroll, is already married. Before returning home to his pre-teen daughter, Beatrice, and his ill wife, Geoffrey buys a package from chemist Horace Blagdon, giving a false name when he signs the register. Geoffrey is painting his wife's portrait, depicting her as an "angel of death."
|genre||crime drama mystery thriller|
|keywords||alcoholic alcoholism angel of death bumble chemist drink first wife ill wife married newspaper article paint pharmacy poison scotland thunderstorm|