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While waiting for her husband to come back from a war prison, Janet witnesses a murder and falls into a shock so badly…

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Genre: Thriller.

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  • Summary:   While waiting for her husband to come back from a war prison, Janet witnesses a murder and falls into a shock so badly that she can't even recognize her husband. She is sent to a psychiatrist who can help her recover however he has other, more sinister things in mind...
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  • Genres:   Thriller
  • Directed by:   Alfred L. Werker
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"Shock" (1946) Cast:

  • Vincent Price - Dr. Richard Cross
  • Lynn Bari - Elaine Jordan
  • Frank Latimore - Lt. Paul Stewart
  • Anabel Shaw - Janet Stewart
  • Stephen Dunne - Dr. Stevens
  • Reed Hadley - O'Neill
  • Renee Carson - Mrs. Hatfield
  • Charles Trowbridge - Dr. Franklin Harvey


  1. great 4 stars

  2. Quite mild as compared to some of the “treatments” that occurred in sanitariums in the 1940’s.

  3. Enjoyable horror atmosphere in this murder thriller. If you accept the over the top acting at times still an interesting view. Not Dial M for Murder or a Barbara Stanwyck turn at her heights but worth a look.

  4. Enjoyed this movie. People keep comparing the acting style to now. Give the actors a break. This was how they were taught. Give this movie a try
    You’ll like it.

  5. As always I enjoy watching Mr. Vincent Price! He is so smooth even when he’s horrid! But at least everyone got their just rewards!


    It was indeed a real thriller. It could as easily been a horror genre flick with, once again, a woman who was far from “Sugar and spice and everything nice.” It was indeed gripping.

  7. Christopher Myers

    A thriller, but yes, it could as easily been of the “horror” genre. Once again a calculating woman who was not “Sugar and spice and everything nice.” The story is ages old in truth and in fiction. “… but screw your courage to the sticking place and we’ll not fail.”

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