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Guilty? (1956)
"Je plaide non coupable" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  11 April 1956 (France)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Lucien Callamand
Noël Darzal
Andrée Debar ...
Victoria Martin
John Justin ...
Nap Rumbold
Barbara Laage ...
Jaqueline Delbois
Margo Lion ...
Mme. Gimelet
Marcel Lupovici ...
Un truand
Stephen Murray ...
Summers
Russell Napier ...
Inspector Hobson
Gaston Orbal
Leslie Perrins ...
Poynter
Kynaston Reeves ...
Col. Wright
Jacqueline Sassard
Betty Stockfeld ...
Mme. Roper
Sydney Tafler ...
Camino
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A strange french film that I saw dubbed, from an US source. It begins like a court drama, where a young woman is accused of a murder and claims her innocence. A journalist tries to prove her not guiltiness. And the films curiously becomes from time to time an actionner, with some gunfights sequences. Not a bad feature, but that I will forget in a couple of weeks, or maybe days. I don't know any of the actors, male or female. It may be a sleeper at some moments, so stay tuned if you want to follow the story in an accurate way. The director was a man who made films in different countries: UK, USA and France. His best known feature was LES MAINS D'ORLAC.


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