The Suspect (Dec-1944)
Director: Robert Siodmak
Writers: Arthur T. Horman; Bertram Millhauser
From novel: This Way Out by James Ronald
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Review by anonymous (posted on 23-Jul-2005)
Saw the movie at Los Angeles County
Museum of Art tonight for the first time (7/22/2005.) Charles
Laughton's acting is the highlight of the film, no doubt about it.
There is one scene where the Scotland Yard inspector first confronts
Laughton with his idea of how the murder might have been commited. The
scene is only about 2 minutes long but is exquisite film making. This
one scene alone makes the movie worth watching and seems to be
impossible to forget.
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