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Witness for the prosecution

Author: Billy WilderArthur Hornblow, Jr.Harry KurnitzLarry MarcusMatty MalneckAll authors
Publisher: United States : United Artists Corp., 1957.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A murder mystery and court trial which reveals some interesting quirks of the personalities involved.
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Genre/Form: Courtroom films and programs
Mysteries
Features
Adaptations
Drama
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Billy Wilder; Arthur Hornblow, Jr.; Harry Kurnitz; Larry Marcus; Matty Malneck; Ernest Gold; Edith Head; Tyrone Power; Marlene Dietrich; Charles Laughton; Elsa Lanchester; John Williams; Henry Daniell; Una O'Connor; Torin Thatches; Norma Varden; Philip Tonge; J Pat O'Malley; Agatha Christie; Edward Small Productions.; United Artists Corporation.; Copyright Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 35856989
Notes: Copyright: Theme Pictures, Inc.; 17Dec57; LP10200.
Summary quoted from M/B/RS preliminary shelflist card.
From the story and stage play of the same title by Agatha Christie.
Source(s) used: 1) M/B/RS preliminary shelflist card 2) Ross & Nash's The motion picture guide, 1927-1984, p. 3888-3889.
Credits: Photography, Russell Harlan ; music, Matty Malnick, Ernest Gold ; editor, Daniel Mandell ; costumes, Edith Head, Joseph King.
Cast: Tyrone Power (Leonard Stephen Vole), Marlene Dietrich (Christine 'Helm' Vole), Charles Laughton (Sir Wilfrid Robarts), Elsa Lanchester (Miss Plimsoll), John Williams (Brogan-Moore), Henry Daniell (Mayhew), Ian Wolfe (Carter), Una O'Connor, Torin Thatcher, Francis Compton, Norma Varden, Philip Tonge, Ruta Lee, Molly Roden, Ottola Nesmith, Marjorie Eaton, J. Pat O'Malley.
Description: ref print. 13 reels of 13 (ca. 10200 ft.) : sd., b&w ; 35 mm.
Other Titles: Witness for the prosecution (Motion picture)
Responsibility: made by Edward Small Productions ; director, Billy Wilder ; producer, Arthur Hornblow, Jr. ; writers, Billy Wilder, Harry Kurnitz, Larry Marcus.

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