Sign of the Ram
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Sign of the Ram
Susan Peters, a fine actress of the 1940s whose career was curtailed by an accident which left her wheelchair-bound, utilizes her handicap to her advantage in Sign of the Ram. Peters plays an invalid wife and mother who exercises dictatorial control over all around her. Peters' loved ones are willing to forgive her nastiness due to her condition--a fact that she realizes fully and exploits to the utmost. Eventually her atrocious behavior leaves Peters alone and friendless, but even in her darkest moments she insists upon being a "control freak" and engineers her own spectacular… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The static set and the lack of action made The Sign of the Ram seem more like a play."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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