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    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.

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Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) Opening
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Divorce of Lady X, The -- (Movie Clip) Opening
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