Kind Hearts and Coronets

United Kingdom, 1949

Film
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Episode of Series “Forever Ealing”.
A genteel mass-murderer is out to heartlessly eliminate the eight relatives standing between him and the family fortune. Alec Guinness plays all eight victims in this witty black comedy. Based on the novel “Noblesse oblige” by Roy Horniman.

Credits

director

Robert Hamer

producer

Sir Michael Balcon

production company

Ealing Studios

Language

English

Duration

01:42:00:00

Colour

Black and White

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