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    Misty Technicolor neon and Art Deco Piccadilly Circus background for the opening credits for Alexander Korda's 1938 production of The Divorce of Lady X, starring Merle Oberon and Laurence Olivier.

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Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) Opening
Misty Technicolor neon and Art Deco Piccadilly Circus...
Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) Opening
Misty Technicolor neon and Art Deco Piccadilly Circus background for the opening credits for Alexander Korda's 1938 production of The Divorce of Lady X, starring Merle Oberon and Laurence Olivier.>
Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) Quite Wild...
Between the color-design by Lazare Meerson and the...
Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) Quite Wild With Fatigue
Between the color-design by Lazare Meerson and the implacable poise of Logan (Laurence Olivier), the hotel manager (Victor Rietti) stands little chance of persuading the guest to share his room in The Divorce of Lady X, 1938.>
Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) It's...
Exhausted Logan (Laurence Olivier) is surprised to find...
Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) It's More Polite
Exhausted Logan (Laurence Olivier) is surprised to find Leslie, (Merle Oberon) dressed for a costume ball, invading his hotel suite in an early scene from Alexander Korda's The Divorce of Lady X, 1938.>
Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) I Shall...
Chestnut-haired Leslie (Merle Oberon) now into the orange...
Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) I Shall Become Giddy!
Chestnut-haired Leslie (Merle Oberon) now into the orange and red (Technicolor) pajamas, jousting with Logan (Laurence Olivier) with whom she's forced to share a suite, in an early scene from Alexander Korda's The Divorce of Lady X, 1938.>
Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) A Serpent!...
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Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) A Serpent! A Viper!
Barrister Logan (Laurence Olivier) offering cautious advice to Lord Mere (Ralph Richardson), having realized he may be the un-named party consorting with the lord's straying wife, in Alexander Korda's production of The Divorce of Lady X, 1938. >
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