IMDB Score : 7.6
RT Score : 93%
This film from 1948 stars the always amazingly English Rex Harrison. That’s Dr. Doolittle by the way folks. Harrison plays himself and by that I mean he plays an upscale English snob named Alfred De Carter who has been told by a private investigator that he didn’t even hire that his wife has been cheating on him, played by the lovely Linda Darnell who isn’t as English. Harrison then decides he’s going to murder her but starts to envision other things as he writes his symphonies. Oh, I didn’t tell you he was a composer? Well I saved you from English snobby overload. I actually liked the film and am a fan of Rex Harrison even though I find him to be one chips short of a codpiece. I have no idea what that means. The film is extremely quirky for its time and relies on a great performance by Harrison.