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The Whole Truth (1958)

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A movie executive is framed for the murder of his beautiful promiscuous leading lady by her jealous, estranged husband.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Max Poulton
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Carol Poulton
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Carliss
Gianna Maria Canale ...
Gina Bertini
Michael Shillo ...
Inspector Simon
Richard Molinas ...
Gilbert
Peter Dyneley ...
Willy Reichel
John Van Eyssen ...
Archer
Philip Vickers ...
Jack Leslie
Jimmy Thompson ...
Assistant
Hy Hazell ...
American Woman
Carlo Giustini ...
Leading Man (as Carlo Justini)
Agnes Lauchlan ...
Englishwoman (as Agnes Laughlan)
Jacques Cey ...
Barman
Hugo De Vernier ...
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Movie producer Max Poulton is having an on again, off again affair with Gina Bertini, the temperamental leading lady in his latest movie which is filming in the French Riviera. Gina and Max's current off again status is due to Max vowing to make a go of his marriage to his loving wife, Carol Poulton, with who he has had a sometimes strained relationship. Gina and Max's relationship moves into another realm when she threatens to tell Carol of the the affair. That's why Max is hesitant to divulge the full nature of his relationship to Gina when she is found murdered. He is certain that the murderer is a man named Carliss, who introduced himself to Max earlier as being with Scotland Yard, he assisting the local French authorities in the investigation into Gina's murder, this before Gina was actually murdered. Carliss seemingly is trying to frame Max for the murder. Max understands more when he learns who Carliss is. Despite the authorities being after him, Max does whatever he can both ... Written by Huggo

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The Year's Slickest, Quickest Whodunit See more »

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Drama | Thriller

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Release Date:

September 1958 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.66 : 1
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After leaving Max and Carol, and trying to make an escape before the police arrive, Carliss jumps in the car in the left-handed driver's seat. The long shot of the car tearing down the hill then shows it to be a European version of the same car with the driver in a right-handed driver's seat. Various subsequent shots - close, long and from inside have Carliss appearing to be driving from the right seat, left seat and in between the two. See more »

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The 45 Year Old Stewart Granger
4 November 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

It's a pity that Granger wasn't teamed up against George Sanders in the same way that he was against James Mason. I think their standoff would have made a good fight sequence in a swashbuckler like 'Moonfleet'.

A good yarn, but disposable after the first watch.


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