This film is an adaptation of the same play as Counsel's Opinion
(1933). Both films were produced by Alexander Korda, and Binnie Barnes
appears in both of them, as Leslie in the earlier film and as Lady Mere in this one. See more
The contention is that Logan confuses Leslie with Lady Mere, but the first time Lord Mere meets Logan, Mere says his wife is American. Leslie is definitely not American. See more
You're much too nice to turn me out.
Nice! My dear young lady, you don't know me. The trouble with me is that I'm weak. A charming young girl like you can put anything over on me in five minutes. But at least I know my weakness, so I force myself to be rude. Sometimes even brutal!
[Leslie starts backing Logan into a corner
You do like talking about yourself, don't you?
Why... yes... most men do. But at least they know the truth about themselves. Women don't. They only know the truth about each ...