Shock (1946 film)

1946 film noir directed by Alfred L. Werker

Shock is a 1946 film about a psychologically distraught woman who is committed to a private sanitarium by the man she witnessed commit a murder.

Directed by Alfred L. Werker. Written by Martin Berkeley.
He never dreamed what it would all lead to...and she didn't care!  (taglines)

DialogueEdit

Lt. Paul Stewart: Doctor, the important thing is - what can you do for her?
Dr. Richard Cross: It's hard for a doctor to make promises. We can only do our best.

Lt. Paul Stewart: Well, if you give Janet this insulin, how certain can you be it'll help her?
Dr. Richard Cross: I'm neither a miracle man nor a prophet, Lieutenant. If medicine were an exact science, not an art, I might be able to tell you.

Elaine Jordan: You've got a headache. I can tell from your eyes.
Dr. Richard Cross: Yes, it's bursting.

TaglinesEdit

  • He never dreamed what it would all lead to...and she didn't care!

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