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With Joey Fane back home, all Virginia and Bill Fane want is a calm and respectful atmosphere amongst the house. Only something is still disturbing Joey and that one thing is the Nanny. Whilst Nanny is a loving woman who helps around the house, Joey sees her as someone else someone who believes is responsible for the death of his sister.
Another Memorable Davis Portrait!
Title: Nanny, The
Release Date: October 27, 1965
Runtime: 91 mins
All Genres: Drama, Horror, Thriller
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 7.3
Buried.com Rating: 8.3 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With N
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Bette Davis ...Nanny
Wendy Craig ...Virginia 'Virgie' Fane
Jill Bennett ...Aunt Pen
James Villiers ...Bill Fane
William Dix ...Joey Fane
Pamela Franklin ...Bobbie Medman
Jack Watling ...Dr. Medman
Maurice Denham ...Dr. Beamaster
Alfred Burke ...Dr. Wills
Harry Fowler ...Milkman
Angharad Aubrey ...Susy Fane
Nora Gordon ...Mrs. Griggs
Sandra Power ...Sarah
Gary Graham ...Boy in opening shots
Richard Rodney Bennett
More Movie Taglines:
- Another Memorable Davis Portrait!
- Nanny wasn't responsible . . . WAS SHE?
- She had been in the family for years. Then, two died mysteriously and two lived in terror!
- Would you trust the nanny . . . or the boy?
- [repeated line] Joey Fane: She tried to kill me.
Bobbie Medman: Who's that? Joey Fane: Nanny. Bobbie Medman: Nanny? What are you, some sort of baby? Joey Fane: She takes care of my mom, she used to take care of me and my sister Susie, until Susie was killed. Bobbie Medman: Killed? Joey Fane: They blamed me and they sent me away to that place. Bobbie Medman: Prison? Joey Fane: Sort of. Bobbie Medman: And did you kill her? Joey Fane: Of course not.
Joey Fane: I don't want to be moved out of this room. Virginia 'Virgie' Fane: I'll have to talk to your father about that. Joey Fane: Don't tell him, please... Virginia 'Virgie' Fane: I must. Joey Fane: If you tell him, I'll do something! Virginia 'Virgie' Fane: [startled] What will you do?
Bobbie Medman: You said she tried to kill you. Joey Fane: That's right, just like she killed Susie. Bobbie Medman: She killed your sister? Joey Fane: Sort of... yes she did.
Aunt Pen: Nanny, what are you doing? The nanny: I'm taking Master Joey an extra pillow... what are you doing up so late? Aunt Pen: I couldn't sleep, I'm going to make a cup of tea. The nanny: It's bad for you this late at night... you go back to bed and I'll bring you a glass of milk. Aunt Pen: I don't want a glass of milk, I want a cup of tea. The nanny: Allright. Aunt Pen: Nanny, don't take Joey that pillow... he'll never go back to sleep. [leaves the room and reenters a few seconds later] Aunt Pen: You don't approve of pillows, I remember you saying when we were small 'children shouldn't have pillows'. What was that word you used? Overlay, they might overlay themselves. Suffocate. The nanny: Master Joey is not a baby. Aunt Pen: What happened in the bathroom? The nanny: I'm sure I don't know what you're talking about. Aunt Pen: What happened? The nanny: Miss Pen. Aunt Pen: WHAT HAPPENED? The nanny: You're not well, let Nanny... Aunt Pen: Don't you come near me. The nanny: Miss Pen! Aunt Pen: You went into the bathroom, even after Joey made you swear you wouldn't. The nanny: Nor did I. Aunt Pen: You lie, it's all been lies, hasn't it? You poisoned Virgie, it wasn't Joey at all.
- The role of the Nanny was originally intended for Greer Garson who first accepted then declined, saying the script would not be good for her career.
The last film of Nora Gordon.
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