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

 |  Drama  |  11 April 1956 (France)
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Credited cast:
Andrée Debar ...
Victoria Martin
Frank Villard ...
Pierre Lemaire
Barbara Laage ...
Jaqueline Delbois
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lucien Callamand
Noël Darzal
John Justin ...
Nap Rumbold
Margo Lion ...
Mme. Gimelet
Marcel Lupovici ...
Un truand
Stephen Murray ...
Russell Napier ...
Inspector Hobson
Gaston Orbal
Leslie Perrins ...
Kynaston Reeves ...
Col. Wright
Betty Stockfeld ...
Mme. Roper


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Solicitor turns investigator to save framed client
10 May 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Guilty?" has a decent thriller script for its time. There is one good fight sequence at night and another good sequence in an underground tunnel. The story integrates several flashbacks nicely, and the courtroom interplay is lively with Donald Wolfit being judge. Sydney Tafler has a brief appearance as a witness.

Overall, the picture is too loose, however, and misses those directorial touches, better acting in secondary roles, lively dialog, and tighter film editing that would make it a good picture. Overall, although not lacking in some interest, it falls short in both the suspense and mystery departments.

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