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Charles Laughton and Ann Todd - 'The Paradine Case'

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Uploaded on Feb 16, 2012

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!

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