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    Witness For The Prosecution (1957) -- (Movie Clip) A Very Handsome Motive

    Sir Wilfrid (Charles Laughton) grilling accused widow-murder and new client Vole (Tyrone Power), his first use of the famous monocle gimmick, when Brogan-Moore (John Williams) arrives with inconvenient news, in Billy Wilder's Witness For The Prosecution, 1957, from Agatha Christie's play.

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Witness For The Prosecution (1957) -- (Movie Clip)...
Sir Wilfrid (Charles Laughton) grilling accused widow-murder...
Witness For The Prosecution (1957) -- (Movie Clip) A Very Handsome Motive
Sir Wilfrid (Charles Laughton) grilling accused widow-murder and new client Vole (Tyrone Power), his first use of the famous monocle gimmick, when Brogan-Moore (John Williams) arrives with inconvenient news, in Billy Wilder's Witness For The Prosecution, 1957, from Agatha Christie's play.>
Witness For The Prosecution - (Original Trailer)
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A British barrister gets caught up in a couple's tangled marital affairs when he defends the husband for murder in Witness for the Prosecution (1957).>
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Recuperating Barrister Sir Wilfrid (Charles Laughton) and colleague Brogan-Moore (John Williams), surrendering to nurse Plimsoul (Elsa Lanchester), not expecting the German wife of his new client, Marlene Dietrich as "Mrs. Vole," in Billy Wilder’s Witness For The Prosecution, 1957. >
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Indulgence for the star in the opening act, Sir Wilfrid (Charles Laughton) back from hospital confiding with his man Carter (Ian Wolfe), Miss Plimsoul (Elsa Lanchester, Mrs. Laughton) intruding, in Bill Wilder's film from Agatha Christie's play, Witness For The Prosecution, 1957.>
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Madeleine Stowe Intro -- Witness For The Prosecution (1958)
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