Cry Wolf

Cry Wolf is a 1947 American mystery film directed by Peter Godfrey and featuring Errol Flynn and Barbara Stanwyck, based on the novel of the same name by Marjorie Carleton.


Hearing that her husband is dead, Sandra Marshall arrives at his prominent family's remote estate to claim her inheritance. She receives a cold reception, especially from the husband's uncle, research scientist Mark Caldwell, who had not known about her. He even accuses her of being a schemer. But he allows her to stay in the mansion while details are worked out.

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    director Peter Godfrey
    editor Folmar Blangsted
    genre mystery
    keywords hear overactive imagination
    musicBy Franz Waxman
    producer Henry Blanke
    productionCompany Thomson Production
    publisher Warner Bros.
    theme film noir