February 24, 2017


Footsteps in the Fog – 1955 | 90 mins | Thriller, Crime | Colour


Plot Synopsis

Footsteps in the Fog

Atmospheric, brooding thriller set in Victorian London, starring real-life husband-and-wife duo of Stewart Granger and Jean Simmons in one of their finest screen pairings. A classy British cast, evocative atmosphere and simmering sexual chemistry all help to ensure that Arthur Lubinís gripping turn-of-the-century noir is a splendidly spiteful afternoon treat.

Prominent Victorian aristocrat Stephen Lowry (Stewart Granger) poisons his wife and thinks he’s got away scot-free with murder – but doesn’t count on the attentions of a blackmailing maid Lily Watkins (Simmons) who witnessed the whole sordid business. The fact she knows too puts her life in danger with her murderous boss, but in attempting to dispose of her, Lowry kills the wrong woman in the fog and is put on trial for murder.

Production Team

Arthur Lubin: Director
Wilfred Shingleton: Art Direction
Christopher Challis: Cinematography
Elizabeth Haffenden: Costume Design
Beatrice Dawson: Costume Design
Alan Osbiston: Film Editing
Betty Lee: Makeup Department
Neville Smallwood: Makeup Department
Benjamin Frankel: Original Music
Maxwell Setton: Producer
MJ Frankovich: Producer
Arthur Pierson: Script
Dorothy Davenport: Script
Lenore J Coffee: Script


Stewart Granger: Stephen Lowry
Jean Simmons: Lily Watkins
Bill Travers: David MacDonald
Finlay Currie: Insp Peters
Ronald Squire: Alfred Travers
Belinda Lee: Elizabeth Travers
William Hartnell: Herbert Moresby

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