Summer Storm
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Summer Storm
Summer Storm is a remarkably effective Hollywood filmization of Anton Chekhov's The Shooting Party. Linda Darnell stars as the young and beautiful wife of a middle-aged Russian civil servant (Hugo Haas). Darnell becomes the object of the affections of her husband's employer, a lecherous count (Edward Everett Horton). The girl in turn is enamored of a provincial judge (George Sanders). At first, all flirtations are playful and harmless, but the judge takes Darnell so seriously that he ends up killing her in a jealous rage. Her husband is blamed for the crime, but the Count gets his… More
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"None of the characters were likable, but the tragic story is well-executed by the talented director and Sanders and Darnell give fine performances."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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