Strange Illusion

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Strange Illusion is a 1945 film about a young man whose father suffered an untimely death, and has a strange, recurring dream in which his mother falls in love with a dangerous man.

Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. Written by Adele Comandini.

Paul Cartwright[edit]

  • I'm Paul Cartwright, my father was Judge Albert Cartwright, once lieutenant governor of the state, he was killed two years ago in a mysterious accident. We were not only father and son, but friends. The shock of his violent death still haunts my mind, my nights are troubled by strange dreams.


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