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Leonard Vole (Character)
from Witness for the Prosecution (1957)

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Witness for the Prosecution -- Following a massive heart attack, infamous British barrister Sir Wilfred Robards (Charles Laughten) has been ordered by his doctors to forswear drinking, smoking, and his work in the courtroom.  However, he is intrigued by the case of Leonard Vole (Tyrone Power), a likeable fellow who's accused of murdering a wealthy widow.  The case is turned on its head when Vole's loving wife "Marlene Dietrich) announces that they are not really married and agrees to be a witness for the prosecution.  Adapted from an Agatha Christie play and directed with his usual finesse by Billy Wilder.

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  1. Witness for the Prosecution (1982) (TV) Played by Beau Bridges
    ... aka "Hallmark Hall of Fame: Witness for the Prosecution (#32.1)" - USA (anthology series)

  2. Witness for the Prosecution (1957) Played by Tyrone Power
  3. "Lux Video Theatre"
    ... aka "Summer Video Theatre" - USA (summer title)
        - Witness for the Prosecution (1953) TV episode, Played by Tom Drake

  4. "The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre"
    ... aka "Chevrolet Television Theatre" - USA (alternative title)
        - Witness for the Prosecution (1949) TV episode, Played by Nicholas Saunders
  5. Witness for the Prosecution (1949) (TV) Played by Dale Rogers

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From Witness for the Prosecution (1957)
Leonard Vole: What are you looking for?
Christine Vole: My accordion.
Leonard Vole: [stepping on it] I think I've found it.
Christine Vole: Step on it again. It's still breathing.
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