Kind Hearts and Coronets
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Ninth in line for the D'Ascoyne fortune, poor relation Louis (Dennis Price) sets out to bump off the eight heirs ahead of him, including a general, a parson, and a dowager, all played by Alec Guinness.
- Dennis Price
- Valerie Hobson
- Joan Greenwood
- Alec Guinness
- Audrey Fildes
- Miles Malleson
- Clive Morton
- John Penrose
- Cecil Ramage
- Hugh Griffith
Did You Know?
- Although Ealing boss Michael Balcon later professed that this was his favorite of the Ealing films he produced, at the time of production, he was less favorably inclined towards it, to the extent that he refused director Robert Hamer the chance to follow it up with his long-cherished project set in the West Indies. Hamer ultimately only directed one more movie for Ealing, His Excellency (1952).
- When "The Hangman" (Miles Malleson) opens the peep hole to the prisoner's cell, he moves the covering to the right, with a finger. After we are allowed to gaze at the back of the prisoner's neck for a few seconds, the shot reverts to the outside of the cell door; The Hangman releases the cover which closes from left to right, not right to left, as it should have done.
- [Louis Mazzini just murdered his relative, Lady Agatha D'Ascoyne, who was distributing suffragette literature from a balloon ove]
- Louis Mazzini: I shot an arrow in the air; she fell to earth in Berkeley Square.
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