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.
Bank Holidays in the UK were specified by the Bank Holidays Act 1871. In England, Wales, and Ireland the dates are Easter Monday; Whit Monday (determined by the date of Easter); first Monday in August; Boxing Day/St Stephen's Day (December 26/27). Good Friday and Christmas Day are not included because they are common law holidays. Scotland's Ban Holidays are different because of their different traditions.
Emily Terence, the Cook:
You don't sound very repentent.
Danny: Oh, but I am. What's done is done, isn't it, isn't it? That's my motto.
Emily Terence, the Cook: What does that mean?
Danny: She's a fine bit of ice for hot weather, isn't she?
When Danny brings Mrs. Bramson inside after greeting the people who have come to gawk at the murder scene, Olivia is sitting at the desk using scissors. As Danny leaves to make tea, in the medium shot Olivia's arms are resting separately on the desk, but when the shot switches to a closeup, her hands are suddenly together, and her arms are propped on her elbows.
The main title reads "The astonishing London and New York stage success 'Night Must Fall' ".