After her successful performance, Nicky runs into former girlfriend Elizabeth Rusman backstage, a musician in the orchestra, who asks for his help. She gives him her address and keeps his personalised pencil before Philippa appears. I was not surprised to learn Ronald Neame worked as a cinematographer prior to directing. The scene then shifts to a courtroom, where the prosecuting counsel reveals that Nicky is on trial for the strangulation of Elizabeth that night. Fleming then jumps to his death. William Alwyn.
Take My Life is a British crime film directed by Ronald Neame and starring Hugh Williams, Greta Gynt and Marius Goring.
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It was adapted from Winston. Directed by Ronald Neame. With Hugh Williams, Greta Gynt, Leo Bieber, Marjorie Mars. A woman races against time to clear Nicholas Talbot of a murder he did.
» A Movie Review by David Vineyard TAKE MY LIFE ().
When her husband is wrongly accused of murder, an opera singer sets out to find the real culprit.
The deaf man returns just in time. The occasional expressionistic touches were also unexpected and beautiful. Guy Green.
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Studio Cineguild Distributors. Films directed by Ronald Neame. Fab looking British crime outing with opera singer Greta Gynt investigating a murder case that has her husband on death row.
Quality: Excellent. An impressive.
Any thoughts and views yet on the film "Take My Life". Of the Poldark world I saw little resemblance except possibly in the characters. Take My Life (). 1 HR 19 MIN; NR; Mystery. Cinematographer Ronald Neame takes his first crack at directing in this film about an opera star's husband who.
Fleming, the headmaster, is disturbed to recognise her from her photograph in the newspaper.
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William Alwyn. Also, the pencil is found at the scene of the crime. Fab looking British crime outing with opera singer Greta Gynt investigating a murder case that has her husband on death row. The relationship between the two leads in this is very believable; it really feels like Greta Gynt in particular carries the film.