Lady Caroline Faye (Alison Doody) meets Lord Vane Brecon (Benedict Taylor) and is attracted to him. When she finds out that he is being accused of a murder he did not commit, she sets out ...
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Lady Caroline Faye (Alison Doody) meets Lord Vane Brecon (Benedict Taylor) and is attracted to him. When she finds out that he is being accused of a murder he did not commit, she sets out to prove him innocent, and takes a position in his family castle as a companion to his mother. She discovers that the Brecon family is not only wealthy in land and fortune, but rich in secrets lurking behind the castle walls.Written by
Marinelle K. Szenasy
Just before Lord Milborne (Jeremy Kemp)) arrives, Lady Caroline Faye (Alison Doody) is seen playing a pianoforte, but the sound heard during her playing is a harpsichord, not a pianoforte. See more »
Wire fences are seen along the roadside during Lady Caroline's race. Wire fences were not used until several decades after this story takes place. See more »
Duel of Hearts
Composed by Laurie Johnson
Album 'The Rose And The Gun;
Published by Laurie Johnson Music Publishing/ Bucks Music Group Ltd See more »
You know it's a good movie when your husband pretends to be painting behind you but keeps asking you every five minutes, what happened? What did she say? Turn it up I can't hear it. This is definitely a wonderful romantic mystery and I recommend it to anyone who loves period movies with independent capable beautiful women as well as men in knee high boots. Wonderful movie.
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