Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
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Editor's NoteBeware nice old ladies offering elderberry wine! A mild-mannered drama critic discovers the shocking truth about his two elderly aunts: The seemingly harmless old ladies have the most disagreeable habit of poisoning their gentlemen callers and burying them in the cellar. One of the all-time great black comedies.
Cast & Crew
|Edward Everett Horton|
|. Jean Adair|
|Joseph Kesselring - Source Writer|
|Julius J. Epstein - Screenwriter|
|Robert Burks - Special Effects|
|Russel Crouse - Writer|
|Byron Haskin - Special Effects|
|Sol Polito - Cinematographer|
|Howard Lindsay - Writer|
|Daniel Mandell - Editor|
|Max Steiner - Composer|
|Frank Capra - Producer|
|Max Parker - Production Designer|
|Philip G. Epstein - Screenwriter|
|Frank Capra - Director|
Plot SummaryA couple leaving on their honeymoon must put aside their plans when the groom finds that his spinster aunts are killing people in their pleasant little house and burying the bodies in the cellar. To their credit, the aunts believe they are just being kind and they hold touching funeral services for all of their victims. The plot is complicated by a somewhat dotty elderly relative who is convinced that he is Teddy Roosevelt.