Nominated for five Academy Awards®, this stylish mystery thriller twists and turns with new suspects, new evidence and unexpected revelations. A wealthy journalist (Clifton Webb) becomes entranced with a beautiful young career woman named Laura (Gene Tierney). But shortly before her wedding to a dashing young playboy (Vincent Price), she is found murdered. Stirred by her portrait, the detective (Dana Andrews) assigned to her case finds that he, too, is strangely under Laura's spell.
a excellent movie very good acting and the storey line very good would recommend to anybody who likes good mpviesPublished 15 months ago by donald hatch
I appreciated both the story and the acting of this movie. I enjoyed the suspense and the outcome of this movie.Published 15 months ago by Joseph Emile April
It's hard to create an absent character, then feature them front-and-center without destroying all that mystery and power. Just look at "Rebecca. Read morePublished 18 months ago by EA Solinas
What an incredible movie this high quality DVD delivers. Gene Tierney is soooo beautiful she will take your breath away. Dana Andrews shines as the tough brooding detective. Read morePublished on Sept. 4 2013 by Fraser D. Riddell
One of the best "noir"....I really enjoy this old flick.
Dana Andrews gives his best cool! Gene is a dream...voice
and slight overbite give this a special look! Read more
I didn't actually hate this movie; there was nothing on the disk to hate.
It was empty. I have never had this happen before, but I read other
reviews on Laura that have... Read more
What can one say about this movie? I consider it one the better films noir ever made, and that score!!! I recommend this to anyone who's into 40s films.Published on March 20 2013 by Suzanne
All movies were great, I give them all five star,because I love classic movies, I will purchase more classic movies in March 2013 Thank you for the good services
Laura is a great movie. Unfortunately, the blu-ray transfer is sub-par on this disc. If you already have a DVD copy of the movie, pass on this one.Published on Feb. 18 2013 by Robert G. Black