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The Divorce Of Lady X [DVD] 
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Logan (Laurence Olivier) is a young lawyer who allows a stranded stranger (Merle Oberon) to spend the night in his apartment. She leaves him a card reading 'Goodbye, Madame X'. When his old friend Lord Mere (Ralph Richardson) contacts him the next day, wishing to sue for divorce because he's convinced his wife spent the night with another man - in that same block of flats - Logan presumes it is he who will be branded 'the other man'. A British farce of mistaken identities.
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The Network DVD gives a vivid Technicolor transfer but a bit on the soft side.
Stranded overnight in London by a pea-souper fog, Laurence Olivier's divorce lawyer who can dissolve a marriage faster than an aspirin finds his hotel suite invaded by Merle Oberon's wilful young woman and takes such an instant dislike to her that it's obvious they'll fall head over heels. Unaware of her identity, when Ralph Richardson's aristocrat appears in his office desperate to divorce his wife after she spent the night in another feller's room at the same hotel, he naturally puts two and two together to make 49, and Oberon, amused by the whole thing, does nothing to dissuade him.Read more ›
The plot reminded me a little of The Lady Eve (a superb film and well worth watching!) and was really quite sweet.
Merle Oberon's performance seems somehow young and a little naive, and I was surprised when I realised that this was not one of her earlier films, but she is of course supposed to be playing a young "slip of a girl" and she does this admirably. Oliver is a pleasure to watch, as always.
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I have seen this story before and wanted a copy for my collection. While it is basically a simple tale, it provides an interesting
This was so much less entertaining than I'd expected. It is very slow-moving, the acting (with the notable exception of the two stars) is rather arched and the dialogue compares... Read morePublished on 6 Oct. 2010 by Jill Knight
Tim Whelan's "The Divorce of Lady X" is a true gem of the British Motion Picture industry of the 30's. Read morePublished on 9 May 2010 by George Varlas