The Innocents (1961 film)
1961 film by Jack Clayton
- Directed by Jack Clayton. Written by William Archibald, based on The Turn of the Screw by Henry James.
Apparitions? Evils? Corruptions? (taglines)
- Miss Giddens: The children... have they had a governess before?
- The Uncle: Yes, unfortunately. Not that there was anything wrong with Miss Jessel. She was an excellent governess and a most respectable woman. The children quite liked her especially little Flora. Oh, which reminds me: Be careful not to broach that subject to Flora unless she broaches it to you first which I doubt will happen. She was so fond of Miss Jessel and it did come as an appalling shock.
- Miss Giddens: I'm not certain that I understand you, sir.
- The Uncle: She died.
- Apparitions? Evils? Corruptions?
- Do they ever return to posses the Living?
- A strange new experience in shock.
- You'll Get the Shock of Your Life!
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