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The Snake Pit
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The Snake Pit 1948


description written by member Zara:

A woman finds herself in a state insane asylum and can't remember how she got there.

Release Date:November 13th, 1948
Running Time:108 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsAnatole Litvak
Written By:
No image existsFrank Partos
No image existsMillen Brand
Starring:
Olivia de HavillandOlivia de Havilland
No image existsMark Stevens
No image existsLeo Genn
No image existsCeleste Holm
No image existsGlenn Langan
No image existsLeif Erickson
No image existsBeulah Bondi
No image existsLee Patrick
No image existsHoward Freeman
No image existsNatalie Schafer
No image existsRuth Donnelly
No image existsFrank Conroy
No image existsMinna Gombell
No image existsHelen Craig
No image existsKatherine Locke

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The Snake Pit Movie Review by Jamie (6/7/2007)

I would be foolish to think that I could react to this movie the same way audiences did in 1948. The subject matter, the inhumane treatment of patients at a state hospital, is not quite the shocker now as it was then. That's not to say it's any less serious or upsetting, but we've since seen this many times in films...

(complete The Snake Pit review by Jamie)



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