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Sir Wilfred Robarts (Character)
from Witness for the Prosecution (1957)

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Biography:
Sir Wilfrid Robarts, a top barrister and QC, returns to work after a heart attack... See more »
Alternate Names:
Sir Wilfred Roberts / Sir Wilfrid / Sir Wilfrid Robarts

Filmography

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

  2. Witness for the Prosecution (1957) Played by Charles Laughton (as Sir Wilfrid)
  3. "Lux Video Theatre"
    ... aka "Summer Video Theatre" - USA (summer title)
        - Witness for the Prosecution (1953) TV episode, Played by Edward G. Robinson (as Sir Wilfrid Robarts)

  4. "The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre"
    ... aka "Chevrolet Television Theatre" - USA (alternative title)
        - Witness for the Prosecution (1949) TV episode, Played by Walter Abel (as Sir Wilfred Roberts)
  5. Witness for the Prosecution (1949) (TV) Played by Derek Elphinstone (as Sir Wilfrid Robarts)
Archive Footage:
  1. Strictly Courtroom (2008) (TV) Played by Charles Laughton (as Sir Wilfrid Robarts)

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Quotes:
From Witness for the Prosecution (1957)
Sir Wilfrid: Be prepared for hysterics and even a fainting spell. Better have smelling salts handy and a nip of brandy.
Christine Vole: I do not think that will be necessary. I never faint because I am not sure that I will fall gracefully and I never use smelling salts because they puff up the eyes. I am Christine Vole.
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