The Man with a Cloak
The Man with a Cloak is a 1951 American film noir crime-thriller-drama directed by Fletcher Markle and starring Joseph Cotten, Barbara Stanwyck, Louis Calhern, and Leslie Caron, and based on "The Gentleman from Paris", a short story by John Dickson Carr.
A young French woman, Madeline Minot, arrives in New York in 1848, looking for expatriate Charles Thevenet. She is initially turned away at the door by his mistress and housekeeper, Lorna Bounty, but persists, presenting Charles with a letter of introduction from his only grandson, Paul, a romantic revolutionary with whom Madeline is in love.
|contentLocation||New York City|
|editor||Newell P. Kimlin|
|genre||crime drama historical mystery thriller|
|keywords||annabel lee edgar allan poe end french revolution of 1848 french woman old man revolution in france thumb|left|300px|martin ([[joe de santis]]) and lorna ([[barbara stanwyck]]) consider the changing situation.|