Alfred Hitchcock's "The Paradine Case" (1947) isn't considered one of his best fims but it does have some sparkling acting talent on display. Charles Laughton plays a malevolent judge (Lord Horfield) trying a murder case in which the accused woman is being defended by barrister Gregory Peck. At a dinner party at the Horfield's, Ethel Barrymore (Lady Horfield) is chatting to Ann Todd (playing Peck's wife) when Laughton comes in. He proceeds to make a pass at Miss Todd but is duly rebuffed. It's only a tiny clip but the participants have certain class about them!