Bette Davis pulls out all the stops as Janet Frobisher, a devious, selfish vixen who will stop at nothing to get what she wants in Another Man's Poison, a drama deliciously full of unexpected twists and turns. Frobisher is a rich mystery writer who falls in love with her secretary's fiancé and lures him away. But her happiness is far from ensured. She first must deal with a long forgotten ex-convict husband who tries to blackmail her, and then she must scheme her way out of the clutches of her husband's ruthless partner, George Bates (Gary Merrill, Davis's husband in real life). Davis proves why she remains such an acting legend as she dominates the screen in the kind of part that only she could bring to life so vividly.
Dreary Davis vehicle which should never have been made. She's a famous authoress living in England who murders an inconvenient ex-husband. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2002 by Mark Norvell
To the point : There is no doubt that Bette Davis is the greatest actress in the world. She was at the right time and the right place, and above all she was talented. Read morePublished on Jan. 9 2002 by R. Tan
Presented by Image, the 1952 ANOTHER MAN'S POISON directed by Irving Rapper and starring Bette Davis is a British production that curiously enters the DVD market before the major... Read morePublished on Feb. 6 2001 by Daniel S.
ok.. this film is not very good... it is minor film in the career of Miss Bette Davis. BUT.. it is a fun film to view... Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2000 by DANIEL FLECK
I'm happy that this movie has finally made it to video--I'd wanted to see it for years. However, the movie sounds more interesting than it actually is, and it is purely a routine... Read morePublished on Jan. 21 2000