The Paradine Case is a 1947 American film noir courtroom drama film, set in England, directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by David O. Selznick. The screenplay was written by Selznick and an uncredited Ben Hecht, from an adaptation by Alma Reville and James Bridie of the novel by Robert Smythe Hichens.
Crime · A happily married London barrister falls in love with the accused poisoner he is defending.
Overview of The Paradine Case, 1948, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Gregory Peck, Ann Todd, Charles Laughton, at Turner Classic Movies.
Gregory Peck's power as a box-office draw was at its early crest when he signed on as the lead for the British-set courtroom drama The Paradine Case (1947), which would be the final product of the storied collaboration between producer David O. Selznick and director Alfred Hitchcock. While the production had much ...
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Feb 10, 2009 ... But a quick glance at something like The Paradine Case reveals that this had been going on for much longer, and with the same underwhelming results. The Paradine Case is the final collaboration between Alfred Hitchcock and David O. Selznick, which had begun with the Oscar-winning Rebecca and ...
With all the skill in presentation for which both gentlemen are famed, David O. Selznick and Alfred Hitchcock have put upon the screen a slick piece of static entertainment in their garrulous "The Paradine Case." Call it a mystery melodrama — although that doesn't fully wrap it up, any more than it wrapped up "Rebecca," a ...
Synopsis. The beautiful Mrs. Paradine is accused of poisoning her older, blind husband. She hires married Anthony Keane as her lawyer and when he begins to fall in love with her, she encourages him. (© IMDB). Production. Coming soon... Pre-Production. Screenplay. Casting. Principal Photography. Release & Reception.