Trauma (1962 film)

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Trauma
Trauma FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Robert M. Young
Produced by Joseph Cranston (producer)
Sal Mungo (associate producer)
Written by Robert M. Young (writer)
Starring Lynn Bari
Music by Buddy Collette
Cinematography Jacques R. Marquette
Edited by Hal Dennis
Release date
1962
Running time
93 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Trauma is a 1962 American film directed by Robert M. Young. It stars Lynn Bari and John Conte.

Plot[edit]

Eight years after her aunt Helen Garrison is killed, newlywed niece Emmaline and husband Warren return to the home where Helen died, where Emmaline tries to recall events from that fateful night that her mind has blacked out.

Suspicious figures lurk throughout the house, and even Warren ends up placed under arrest by treasury agents. It ultimately turns out that Luther, a caretaker, committed one murder years ago, then killed eyewitness Helen to ensure her silence.

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