Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Dragonwyck, 1946 (still); photo: courtesy Photofest
Film

Dragonwyck

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Phyllis Wattis Theater, Floor 1

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Introduced by Elizabeth Robinson, poet

In Dragonwyck, Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s debut film, a farmer’s daughter (Gene Tierney) is brought to Dragonwyck Manor by her distant and maniacal cousin (Vincent Price), where the dark secrets of this upstate New York mansion unfold in this adaptation of Anya Seton’s 1941 novel.

Print source: Criterion Pictures


Film Details

Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Year: 1946

Running time: 103 minutes

Country: United States

Format: DCP


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