My Cousin Rachel DVD 1952 Olivia de Havilland NR Mystery Black & White
Stars of My Cousin Rachel: Olivia de Havilland, Richard Burton, Audrey Dalton
When Philip Ashley's much-loved (and rich) cousin Ambrose dies, he is convinced that Ambrose was murdered by his new wife Rachel to inherit his wealth. But when he meets Rachel and falls in love with her, he knows that his suspicions must have been unfounded.
But were they, or is Rachel just trying to use Philip to get at the estate Ambrose left to him instead of to her? And will she murder him next?
Trivia: My Cousin Rachel marked Richard Burton's first time starring in a U.S. film.
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Product Information for My Cousin Rachel
- Director: Henry Koster
- Genres: Mystery, Romance, Drama
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Production Co.: Twentieth Century Fox
- Run time: 98 minutes
- Sound: Mono
- Color: Black and White
This movie is reproduced on a high quality DVD-R disc and comes in a jewel case. Artwork is imprinted on the DVD exactly as shown in the image.
This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published in the United States between 1923 and 1977 without a copyright notice. Source: Wikimedia
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