Confession [DVD] [1937]

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Synopsis

Confession
German director Joe May brought a decidedly Teutonic ambience to his American film Confession--no surprise, since the film was based on the 1935 German production Mazurka. Kay Francis plays a onetime singer who confesses to the murder of her pianist, Basil Rathbone. In flashback, we learn that Rathbone had been responsible for the breakup of Francis's marriage. Years later, Rathbone came back into her life, this time with the intention of seducing Ms. Francis' grown daughter (Jane Bryan). In a variation of Madame X, Francis was stuck with the dilemma of deflecting Rathbone from his "mission"--and of keeping her true identity secret from her daughter. Prior to Mazurka, the Hans Rameau story upon which Confession was based had been filmed as a silent picture starring Gloria Swanson. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Kay Francis
    Kay Francis - Vera
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    Ian Hunter - Leonide Kilrow
  • Basil Rathbone
    Basil Rathbone - Michael Michailow
  • Donald Crisp
    Donald Crisp - Presiding Judge
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    Mary Maguire - Hildegard
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