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The Paradine Case
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The Paradine Case 1947

From Amazon: This minor 1948 film by Alfred Hitchcock beats a familiar Hitchcockian drum: an attorney (Gregory Peck), in love with the client (Alida Valli) he is defending on a murder charge, implicates himself in her guilt by trying to put the blame on another man. The no-one-is-innocent theme may be consistent with Hitchcock's best films and worldview, but this is one of the movies that got away from his crucial passion for the plastic side of creative directing. Stuck in a courtroom for much of the story, the film is fit to burst with possibility but is pinned down like a freshly caught butterfly in someone's airless collection. --Tom Keogh (read more)

Directed By:
Alfred HitchcockAlfred Hitchcock
Written By:
No image existsDavid O. Selznick
No image existsDavid O. Selznick
Gregory PeckGregory Peck
No image existsAlida Valli
No image existsAnn Todd
No image existsLouis Jourdan
No image existsCharles Laughton
No image existsCharles Coburn
No image existsEthel Barrymore
No image existsLeo G. Carroll

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The Paradine Case Movie Review by Movie Addict (9/23/2007)

David O. Selznick and Alfred Hitckcok did not get along, and this is the last film they did together (previously Spellbound and Rebecca).

Maybe Hitchcock was glad to be rid of Selznik, but it just didn't seem her had his heart in this one. He used Gregory Peck (again) in the lead as a lawyer who falls in love with his...

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