The Strange Mrs. Crane

The Strange Mrs. Crane is a 1948 American film noir directed by Sam Newfield (credited as Sherman Scott) for Eagle-Lion Films.


The Al Martin–penned murder drama centers around a senatorial candidate's wife's ex-partner's fiancee who is wrongly tried for murder. It turns out that the real culprit is the jury foreman who makes a fatal error at the last split second of the movie.


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    director Sam Newfield
    editor Martin G. Cohn
    genre crime
    productionCompany John Sutherland Productions
    publisher Eagle-Lion Films
    theme film noir