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The Devil's Own

The Devil's Own(1966)

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  • An Unforgettable Young Actor!

    • Raymond Banacki
    • 7/2/15

    Martin Stephens is in the first half of this film and he should've been in the second half as well. Couldn't the filmmakers realize that they had a blessing in their midst and should not let go of it? Martin Stephens did superb work in "Count Your Blessings", "Village of the Damned", "The Innocents" and "The Battle of the Villa Fiorita". He is one of the very few incomparable child actors, who could never be forgotten due to their unique presence.

  • The beautiful Joan Fontaine

    • Elise
    • 7/2/15

    The movie is not so great, but love to watch Joan Fontaine. She is nearing 50 in this movie.She is still beautiful, 26 years after Rebecca.Will you go back to Manderley again, Mrs. de Winter?

  • Oscar Winner Joan Fontaine's Fine Film

    • Adventure
    • 10/19/13

    Joan Fontaine produced and starred in this fine suspense film produced in England. Oscar Winner Ms. Fontaine who is very fine in this film and is ably supported by a cast of professionals.

  • Joan Fontaine's Fine Film

    • Adventure
    • 10/19/13

    Oscar Winner Joan Fontaine produced and starred in this fine suspense film shot in England. Ms. Fontaineis professional as always.

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