Quotes from When Women Wrote Hollywood – 22 – in a series – Joan Harrison and Hitchcock

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“Harrison’s last partnerships with Hitchcock was a return to the war film in 1942’s Saboteur, which tells the story of an innocent man framed for an act of terror and trying to clear his name. Harrison’s first feature without Hitchcock was Dark Waters, in which she wrote and served as associate producer. In the film a woman, recovering from a boating accident, in which she was the sole survivor, seeks refuge from relatives but finds there is an insidious plot to murder her for her inheritance.”

Joan Harrison: Redefining Femininity in Film Noir and Hollywood
by Chelsea Andes

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