Passed | | Drama, Mystery, Thriller
When a rich but cantankerous dowager on an isolated estates hires an engaging handyman, her niece/companion becomes suspicious of his motives.
"Night Must Fall" premiered on stage in London at the Duchess Theatre on 31 May 1935, and featured Emlyn Williams as Dan; May Whitty as Mrs. Bramson; Angela Baddeley as Olivia Grayne; Kathleen Harrison as Mrs. Terence; Basil Radford as Hubert Laurie; and Matthew Boulton as Inspector Belsize. The play was produced by Miles Malleson, and directed by Williams. Angela Baddeley, Matthew Boulton, May Whitty, and Emlyn Williams would reprise their roles in the 1936 Broadway production.
Why, what's the matter? Have you just thought of something?
Olivia Grayne: Oh, no, no.
Inspector Belsize: You were looking strange as if you just thought of something.
Olivia Grayne: Oh, no, it's nothing really. I was just thinking that...
Inspector Belsize: What?
Olivia Grayne: Well, I often wonder on a very fine morning what it ...
While Olivia and Justin are talking at the cricket match, in the background you see the couple with the dog start to walk by twice.
The main title reads "The astonishing London and New York stage success 'Night Must Fall' ".
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