Production Company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Date of Release: March 7, 1941
Running Time: 83 minutes
Director: W.S. Van Dyke
Screenplay: Christopher Isherwood, Robert Thoeren and Edward Chodorov
                Based on the novel by James Hilton
Cinematography: Oliver T. Marsh
Film Editing: Harold F. Kress
Producer: Gottfried Reinhardt
Original Music: Bronislau Kaper
RAGE IN HEAVEN
CAST:
Robert Montgomery...
Philip Monrell
Ingrid Bergman...Stella Bergen
George Sanders...Ward Andrews
Lucile Watson...Mrs. Monrell
Oscar Homolka...Dr. Rameau
Philip Merivale...Higgins
Matthew Boulton...Ramsbotham
Aubrey Mather...Clark
Frederick Worlock...Prosecutor
Gilbert Emery...Black
Ludwig Hardt...Durand
Leonard Carey...Chauffeur (uncredited)
Harry Cording...a Worker's Delegate (uncredited)
Art Dupuis...Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Lawrence Grant...British Consul (uncredited)
Holmes Herbert...Judge (uncredited)
Olaf Hytten...Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Victor Kendall...Dr. Boudin (uncredited)
Guy Kingsford...Clerk (uncredited)
Leonard Mudie...Priest (uncredited)
Lillian Kemble-Cooper...(uncredited)
Synopsis:
Beautiful Stella Bergen marries Phillip Monrell, the son of her wealthy employer, not
realizing he's a dangerous psychopath. Bent on destroying his best friend Ward
Andrews, whom he feels is trying to steal his wife, Phillip devises an elaborate plot to
frame Ward for his murder. Ingrid Bergman is lovely to look at in this early role and
the casting of George Sanders as the good guy is interesting, however, the plot is
far-fetched and the second half of the film is rushed and disconnected. Unlike
Montgomery's previous psychopathic character, 'Danny' in
Night Must Fall, his role in
this film is underdeveloped and distinctly one-dimensional. Despite the faults in the
material, all cast members deliver competent performances.
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