Hangover Square
Hangover Square (1945)

This nail-biting, grim crime thriller is the final film of talented young actor Laird Cregar, who had the potential of becoming a major Hollywood star had he not died shortly after filming. Set in a dark, foggy turn-of-the-century London,… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: October 29, 1945
DVD Release Date: October 9, 2007
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Fernando F. Croce

A fable about monstrous artistry, dark and quivering

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Dennis Schwartz
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Cregar gave a staggering nightmarish performance.

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Randy Tippy
Laird Cregar's life may have been troubled and tragic but there's no denying his talent. <i>Hangover Square</i> works because Laird can… More
Stella Dallas
a great little known gothic thriller with a pretty neat plot device: discordant sounds send a composer into a homicidal trance! with laird cregar, george… More
jay nixon
Atmospheric noir before noir came into being. Linda Darnell is breathtakingly beautiful even if her character is a grasping tramp.