The 7th Victim (1943) Movie Details

The 7th Victim
Roy Webb
RKO Radio Pictures
1 hr 11 mins
Rating: 4.0/10 from 95 users

The 7th Victim Movie Cast

Tom Conway
as Doctor Louis Judd
Jean Brooks
as Jacqueline Gibson
Isabel Jewell
as Frances Fallon
Kim Hunter
as Mary Gibson
Evelyn Brent
as Natalie Cortez
Erford Gage
as Jason Hoag, Poet
Ben Bard
as Mr. Brun
Hugh Beaumont
as Gregory Ward
Chef Milani
Chef Milani as Mr. Jacob Romari
Marguerita Sylva
Marguerita Sylva as Mrs. Bella Romari
Joan Barclay
as Gladys (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee
as Joseph (uncredited)
Lou Lubin
as Irving August (uncredited)

The 7th Victim Crew List

Director :
Writer : Charles O'Neal , DeWitt Bodeen
Producer : Val Lewton
Original Music Composer :
Director of Photography : Nicholas Musuraca
Editor : John Lockert
Art Direction : Albert S. D'Agostino , Walter E. Keller
Set Decoration : Harley Miller , Darrell Silvera
Costume Design : Renié
Assistant Director : William Dorfman
Sound Recordist : John C. Grubb

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A young woman searches for her missing sister who, unknown to her, has become involved with a group of Satan worshippers in Greenwich Village.

The 7th Victim

The 7th Victim is a 1943 English Film stars Tom Conway , Mark Robson , Charles O'Neal , DeWitt Bodeen , Val Lewton , Roy Webb , Nicholas Musuraca , John Lockert , Jean Brooks , Isabel Jewell , Kim Hunter , Evelyn Brent , Erford Gage , Ben Bard , Hugh Beaumont , Chef Milani , Marguerita Sylva , Elizabeth Russell , Joan Barclay , Milton Kibbee , Lou Lubin , Albert S. D'Agostino , Walter E. Keller , Harley Miller , Darrell Silvera , Renié , William Dorfman , John C. Grubb , directed by William Dorfman & music by Roy Webb.