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Kind Hearts and Coronets

Cast

Dennis Price, Valerie Hobson, Joan Greenwood, Alec Guinness View All


Crew

John Dighton (Screenplay), Robert Hamer (Screenplay), Robert Hamer (Director), Nancy Mitford (Screenplay) View All

Release: Jun. 21st, 1949
Runtime: 1 hour, 44 minutes
When his mother eloped with an Italian opera singer, Louis Mazzini was cut off from her aristocratic family. After the family refuses to let her be buried in the family mausoleum, Louis avenges his mother's death by attempting to murder every family member who stands between himself and the family fortune. But when he finds himself torn between his longtime love and the widow of one of his victims, his plans go awry.
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Some might call them soap opera style, like it was a bad thing, which it's not when done well, and Kind Hearts and Coronets was done very well...With it's personal story of one poor man's rise into the world of rich nobility, as told by his first person narrative...in that way it reminded me of ....


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