Remains to Be Seen (1953)

Genres - Comedy, Crime, Mystery  |   Sub-Genres - Whodunit  |   Release Date - May 15, 1953 (USA - Unknown)  |   Run Time - 89 min.  |   Countries - United States  |   MPAA Rating - NR
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Synopsis by Hal Erickson

June Allyson plays a band singer working in New York City; Van Johnson is the manager of a fancy apartment house where a murder is committed. The victim is Allyson's wealthy uncle, and since she can't account for her actions at the time of the crime, Our Heroine is the principal suspect. The real murderer is an expert in hypnosis, who uses this skill to manipulate Allyson's actions--and to lure the girl to her potential doom. Johnson doesn't figure things out until it's almost too late. Remains to Be Seen was based on the Broadway comedy/mystery by Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse, which originally starred Jackie Cooper and his then-wife Janis Paige.



apartment, aunt, band [music group], building, corruption, criminal, death, detective, doctor/nurse, employment, girl, hypnosis, inheritance, investigation, jumping, killing, lawyer, loot, love, lure [tempt], manager, millionaire, murder, niece, private-detective, radio, scheme, songwriter, superintendent, suspect, tenant, uncle, victim, wife