mabellonghetti:

Alec Guinness as the Duke, the Banker, the Parson, the General, the Admiral, Young Ascoyne, Young Henry, and Lady Agathain in Kind Hearts and Coronets (Robert Hamer - 1949)

 It is so difficult to make a neat trump of killing people with whom one is not on friendly terms. 

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idlesuperstar:

The most terrifying was undoubtedly the belligerent suffragette, Lady Agatha. This was the first time I had attempted to portray a woman, and although the part was not very taxing - being deliberately in terms of broad and shallow comedy - I do not feel, having completed the part, that my future on the screen lies in the direction of female impersonation. 

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louismazzini:

Spanish poster for Kind Hearts And Coronets, retitled as a horror movie: “Eight Sentences Of Death!”

I remember loving this movie, but barely any of the details. Time for a rewatch!

louismazzini:

Spanish poster for Kind Hearts And Coronets, retitled as a horror movie: “Eight Sentences Of Death!”

I remember loving this movie, but barely any of the details. Time for a rewatch!

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