The Woman in Green

Temptress of Pleasure - or Mistress of Murder?

The Woman in Green (1945)


A series of murders of women, each with their right forefinger posthumously severed, leads Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to a society of hypnotists and a mysterious, glamorous woman. The case takes an intriguing turn when the fiendish Dr. Moriarty - last seen swinging from the hangman's noose - appears to be involved.

Director: Roy William Neill
Writer: Bertram Millhauser

The Woman in Green Vodly
Vodly Score: 6.7/10 from 46 votes
Release Date: 1945-06-15
Status: Released
Run time: 68 min / 1:8
Production Company : Universal Pictures
Production Country: United States of America


Basil Rathbone
as Sherlock Holmes
Nigel Bruce
as Dr. John Watson
Hillary Brooke
as Lydia Marlowe
Henry Daniell
as Professor James Moriarty
Paul Cavanagh
as Sir George Fenwick
Matthew Boulton
as Inspector Gregson
Eve Amber
as Maude Fenwick
Frederick Worlock
as Onslow
Coulter Irwin
as Corporal Williams
Sally Shepherd
as Crandon
Mary Gordon
as Mrs. Hudson
Billy Bevan
as Street Peddler (uncredited)
John Burton
as Waring the Mesmerist (uncredited)
Tony Ellis
as Carter the Hypnotized Subject (uncredited)
Bess Flowers
as Bar Patron (seen in mirror) (uncredited)
Kay Harding
as 4th Victim (uncredited)
Alec Harford
as Commissioner of the CID (uncredited)
Olaf Hytten
as Fenwick's Butler Norris (uncredited)
Boyd Irwin
as Short-Tempered Officer Closing Window (uncredited)
Eric Mayne
as Member of Mesmer Club (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien
as Pembrook House Waiter (uncredited)
Percival Vivian
as Dr. Simnell (uncredited)


Production Roy William Neill Producer
Directing Roy William Neill Director
Camera Virgil Miller Director of Photography
Editing Edward Curtiss Editor
Art John B. Goodman Art Direction
Art Russell A. Gausman Set Decoration
Crew John P. Fulton Special Effects
Costume & Make-Up Vera West Costume Design
Sound Bernard B. Brown Sound Director
Art Ted von Hemert Set Decoration
Sound Mark Levant Music Director
Art Martin Obzina Art Direction
Writing Bertram Millhauser Screenplay
Writing Arthur Conan Doyle Characters
Camera Roswell A. Hoffmann Camera Operator

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