Storm In A Teacup DVD

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Gloria Swanson and Laurence Olivier star in this 1930s comedy drama directed by Cyril Gardner. Newlyweds Judy and Nicholas Randall (Swanson and Olivier) seem to have the ideal marriage based on perfect understanding and mutual respect. While away on their honeymoon Nicholas gets drunk and sleeps with his former mistress Stephanie (Nora Swinburne). Overcome with guilt Nicholas confesses to Judy who promptly forgives him although deep down she conceals feelings of anger and betrayal. When Nicholas suspects Judy of having an affair he confronts her and the pair realise... that maybe their marriage isn't perfect after all. [show more]

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Released
25 May 2015
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Simply Media 
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Runtime
82 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5019322392729 
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Rex Harrison and Vivien Leigh star in this classic comedy drama directed by Ian Dalrymple and Victor Saville. When Englishman Frank Burdon (Harrison) travels to Scotland to take a job as a newspaper reporter, his world changes beyond imagination after a chance meeting with Victoria (Leigh), the daughter of Provost Willie Gow (Cecil Parker). When Frank comes across a peasant woman (Sara Allgood) who reveals she cannot pay the fine placed on her for not having a license for her dog, Victoria's tyrannical father orders the destruction of the animal. Appalled by the decision, Frank decides the best way to get Gow to change his mind is to gather public interest. As Victoria sides with Frank, alienating her father, news of the scandal travels throughout Scotland causing Gow to retaliate with a lawsuit for slander against Frank.

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