Arsenic And Old Lace

Arsenic And Old Lace
Arsenic And Old Lace

Year

1944

Duration

113 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Crime, Thriller

Language

English

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Mortimer Brewster (played by Cary Grant) gets a nasty shock when he drops in on a pair of elderly aunts in this spooky but brilliantly funny black comedy. Dotty spinsters Abby and Martha Brewster are pillars of the local community - but they're also serial killers who love nothing more than to poison lonely old gentlemen callers with their homebrewed elderberry wine and then bury the bodies in their basement. Director Frank Capra balances the quick-fire gags and Gothic chills with a masterly touch.

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