A gypsy servant girl falls in love with her master but is accused of murder
In 19th century England, Jassy is a young Gypsy girl blessed with the gift of second sight.
Pursued by superstitious villagers, she is rescued by the son of the owner of Mordelaine, a vast stately home. Unfortunately, his father’s drinking and gambling threaten the very ownership of the house.
Despite her humble origins as a servant girl, Jassy must try to use her talents to climb the social ladder and save Mordelaine for the man whom she loves.
Main title from Jassy (1947).
Dermot Walsh and Margaret Lockwood in a film clip from Jassy.
Jassy (Margaret Lockwood) is paid a visit in the night by Dilys Hilmar.
Exhibition at RAF Oulton Museum, Blickling Hall, features location filming from the 1947 film, Jassy.
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