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The Scapegoat (1959) was a Crime - Mystery Film directed by Robert Hamer and produced by Michael Balcon.

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O Estranho Caso do Conde (1959) / The Scapegoat (1959)

By L? on Jun 30, 2019 From Critica Retro

O Estranho Caso do Conde (1959) / The Scapegoat (1959) Sempre que ouvimos o nome Daphne du Maurier, instantaneamente pensamos em Hitchcock como o elo que a liga ao cinema. Hitchcock adaptou os trabalhos mais famosos de Daphne para as telas: “Rebecca – A Mulher Inesquec?vel”... Read full article


The Scapegoat (1959, Robert Hamer)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Apr 5, 2019 From The Stop Button

Despite Bette Davis playing a French dowager countess, The Scapegoat always feels very British. It?s probably exaggerated a little because it takes place in France, features mostly British people (save American Irene Worth) playing French people. Nicole Maurey is the only actual French person in the... Read full article


The Scapegoat (1959, Robert Hamer)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Apr 5, 2019 From The Stop Button

Despite Bette Davis playing a French dowager countess, The Scapegoat always feels very British. It?s probably exaggerated a little because it takes place in France, features mostly British people (save American Irene Worth) playing French people. Nicole Maurey is the only actual French person in the... Read full article


The Scapegoat (1959, Robert Hamer)

on Apr 5, 2019 From The Stop Button

Despite Bette Davis playing a French dowager countess, The Scapegoat always feels very British. It?s probably exaggerated a little because it takes place in France, features mostly British people (save American Irene Worth) playing French people. Nicole Maurey is the only actual French person in the... Read full article


The Scapegoat (1959, Robert Hamer)

on Apr 5, 2019 From The Stop Button

Despite Bette Davis playing a French dowager countess, The Scapegoat always feels very British. It?s probably exaggerated a little because it takes place in France, features mostly British people (save American Irene Worth) playing French people. Nicole Maurey is the only actual French person in the... Read full article


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[last lines]
Bela: What are you doing here?
John Barratt: Fate has made a beautiful mistake and we are together when we might have been apart.


[first lines]
Customs Official: You have the intention of staying long in France, Mr. Barratt?
John Barratt: I don't know. That is to say that I didn't know there was any restriction apart from the question of money.


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A rejected score consisting of classical selections plus original music by Douglas Gamley was recorded in England.
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Also directed by Robert Hamer




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Also produced by Michael Balcon




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Also released in 1959




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