I have to agree with the sentiments expressed in the previous 1-star reviews. Picture quality resembles a poor VHS recording, with thin stringy vertical lines running through the print, the sound quality is no better either. This Glass Key presentation was distributed by Revelation Films, which came as a bit of a surprise when considering the good picture and sound quality of many of their releases, (Land Of The Giants, Time Tunnel etc).
It's a pity really, because the actual movie is an entertaining 1940's melodramatic thriller which stars Anne Baxter, who puts in a good performance in a familiar bad-girl role, here playing the disturbed Evelyn Heath who is taken under the caring wing of her doctor, (played by Scott McKay) who sees therapeutic benefits in allowing the young woman to stay at his family home. Unfortunately things soon start to go wrong as the manipulative Evelyn goes through the house like a dose of salts, turning the previously happy home into a house of discontent while wearing a mask of innocence. The doctor's married brother, Douglas (Ralph Bellamy) finds himself romantically drawn into the psychotic woman's web of lies and deceit. The movie eventually reaches an effectively dramatic climax.
If you can accept the poor quality of this release, this is a decent little film noir (at the right price). There are no extras or subtitles.