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Rupert Cadell (Character)
from Rope (1948)

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Rope -- Alfred Hitchcock directs James Stewart in this macabre spellbinder about two thrill-seeking friends who strangle a classmate and then hold a party for their victim's family and friends.

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Rupert Cadell is the nihilistic professor, who discovers... See more »
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  1. "Au théâtre ce soir"
        - La corde (1971) TV episode, Played by Raymond Gérôme (as Rupert)

  2. The Rope (1968) (TV) Played by Alex Van Rooyen (as Rupert)
    ... aka "De strop" - Belgium (original title)
  3. Köysi (1967) (TV) Played by Jussi Jurkka

  4. "ITV Play of the Week"
        - Rope (1957) TV episode, Played by Dennis Price (as Rupert)
  5. Rope (1953) (TV) Played by Alan Wheatley
  6. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre"
        - Rope (1950) TV episode, Played by Alan Wheatley

  7. Rope (1948) Played by James Stewart
    ... aka "Alfred Hitchcock's Rope" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)
  8. Rope (1947) (TV) Played by Elwyn Brook-Jones

  9. Rope (1939) (TV) Played by Ernest Milton

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From Rope (1948)
Rupert Cadell: Well well well Kenneth Lawrence, how you've grown.
Kenneth: Hello ,uh, Mr...
Rupert Cadell: Come on, Ken. School's out, you can say it.
Kenneth: Rupert, you're the same as ever. It's awfully good to see you again.
Rupert Cadell: Why?
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