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The Divorce of Lady X [DVD] [1938]

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Synopsis

The Divorce of Lady X
Filmed in lavish Technicolor and given Tiffany production values by producer Alexander Korda, the British comedy Divorce of Lady X is at base a trivial little farce, buoyed by the sprightly performances of star Merle Oberon and Laurence Olivier. Ms. Oberon plays a costume-party guest who is forced to stay in a hotel overnight due to inclement weather. There are no rooms available, so the management prevails upon handsome but stuffy lawyer Olivier to give up half of his suite to the lovely Oberon. After a chaste evening together, Olivier becomes obsessed with Oberon, deducing that her elusiveness is due to the "fact" that she is married. Actually, she is nothing of the kind, but when an old school chum (Ralph Richardson) comes to Olivier's office to arrange for a divorce, Olivier jumps to the conclusion that Oberon is his old friend's soon-to-be "ex". Based on Gilbert Wakefield's play Counsel's Opinion, Divorce of Lady X has become a familiar presence on cable TV because of its public domain status; less familiar is an earlier movie version of the Wakefield play, filmed in 1932 by director Allan Dwan. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Merle Oberon
    Merle Oberon - Leslie Steele
  • Laurence Olivier
    Laurence Olivier - Everard Logan
  • Binnie Barnes
    Binnie Barnes - Lady Mere
  • Ralph Richardson
    Ralph Richardson - Lord Mere
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    Morton Selten - Lord Steele
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