A Lord's affianced son has affairs with a French peasant and an English girl who kills herself.

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Gerald Dombey
Nadja Ostrovska ...
Myrtile Sargot
Pardoe Woodman ...
Christopher Went
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Lady Susan Farrington
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Vera Lypashi
Percy Standing ...
Luigi
Lewis Gilbert ...
Jean Sargot
Irene Tripod ...
Widow Dumesnel
Lionel d'Aragon ...
Pierre Naval
Arthur M. Cullin ...
Earl of Farrington
Judd Green ...
The Vagabond (as R. Judd Green)
Ralph Forster ...
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A Lord's affianced son has affairs with a French peasant and an English girl who kills herself.

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The Extra Layers of Film-making
28 November 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Although this was a particularly dull film, the 22 year old Alfred Hitchcock learned all about the extra layers that go into film-making during the post-production stage like title design, editing, etc. This was to prove a valuable tool for him in his peak years between 1954 - 1964.


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