Night Has a Thousand Eyes
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Night Has a Thousand Eyes
A man who dreams of seeing the future discovers the horrible burden that it can carry in this film noir suspense story. Suicidal Jean Courtland (Gail Russell) is prevented from killing herself by her fiancée Elliot Carson (John Lund). When they consult psychic John Triton (Edward G. Robinson), he confesses that he used his powers to bring on her death. Years ago, Triton was a phony mentalist in a vaudeville act, but he began seeing genuine visions of the future, most of which portended tragic results. After a premonition of the death of his wife Jenny (Virginia Bruce) in childbirth, a… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Unfortunately, director John Farrow stripped most of the dark obsessions that fueled the excellent novel and instead made it into a conventional cinema thriller."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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