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Director  Robert Florey
Cinematography  Arthur L. Todd
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Language  English
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Costume design  Orry-Kelly
Country  United States
The Florentine Dagger movie poster
Release date  March 30, 1935 (1935-03-30)
Writer  Ben Hecht (by), Tom Reed (screen play), Brown Holmes (additional dialogue)
Genres  Drama, Mystery, Detective fiction, Crime Fiction, Crime Thriller
Similar movies  Death Comes to Pemberley, The Remains of the Day, Sense and Sensibility, The Secret Garden, The Visitors, House of Flying Daggers

Cat in the florentine dagger


The Florentine Dagger is a 1935 American film noir mystery film directed by Robert Florey. Donald Woods plays a descendant of the Borgia line, convinced that he's inherited their murderous tendencies. Suspicions deepen when the father of the girl he loves turns up stabbed to death with a Florentine dagger.

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The Florentine Dagger movie scenes

The film numbers among the first Hollywood movies in which psychoanalysis is a significant factor in the story.

The Florentine Dagger movie scenes

Cast

  • Donald Woods as Juan Cesare
  • Margaret Lindsay as Florence Ballau
  • C. Aubrey Smith as Dr. Lytton
  • Henry O'Neill as Victor Ballau
  • Robert Barrat as Inspector Von Brinkner
  • Florence Fair as Teresa Holspar
  • Frank Reicher as Stage Manager
  • Charles Judels as Hotel Proprietor
  • Rafaela Ottiano as Lili Salvatore
  • Paul Porcasi as Italian policeman
  • Eily Malyon as Fredericka, mask maker
  • Egon Brecher as Lytton's butler
  • Herman Bing as The baker
  • Henry Kolker as The auctioneer
  • References

    The Florentine Dagger Wikipedia
    The Florentine Dagger IMDb The Florentine Dagger themoviedb.org


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