Witness for the Prosecution quotes

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A veteran British barrister must defend his client in a murder trial that has surprise after surprise.

Director: Billy Wilder
Writer: Agatha Christie, Billy Wilder, Harry Kurnitz
Production: United Artists
Year: 1957
MetaScore: N/A/100
ImdbRating: 8.4
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 06 Feb 1958
Awards: Nominated for 6 Oscars. 4 wins & 16 nominations total


47 Clips & Quotes

The question is - Witness for the Prosecution 00:31 The question is Your Lordship - Witness for the Prosecution 00:49 Your Lordship What are you looking for - Witness for the Prosecution 00:30 What are you looking for Miss Plimsoll - Witness for the Prosecution 00:51 Miss Plimsoll I am constantly surprised that women's hats do not provoke more murders - Witness for the Prosecution 00:22 I am constantly surprised that women's hats do not provoke... Wilfrid the Fox - Witness for the Prosecution 00:23 Wilfrid the Fox Give me a match - Witness for the Prosecution 00:09 Give me a match I'll give ya somethin' to dream about - Witness for the Prosecution 00:18 I'll give ya somethin' to dream about Would you like a cigar - Witness for the Prosecution 00:27 Would you like a cigar Sir Wilfrid - Witness for the Prosecution 00:15 Sir Wilfrid He was in the colonial service - Witness for the Prosecution 00:43 He was in the colonial service But this is England - Witness for the Prosecution 00:41 But this is England By her own admission - Witness for the Prosecution 01:03 By her own admission We've disposed of the gallows - Witness for the Prosecution 00:11 We've disposed of the gallows The way he counts on his wife - Witness for the Prosecution 00:15 The way he counts on his wife Should I roll up the window - Witness for the Prosecution 00:40 Should I roll up the window Prime ministers - Witness for the Prosecution 00:22 Prime ministers You could be jailed for that - Witness for the Prosecution 00:24 You could be jailed for that I almost married a lawyer once - Witness for the Prosecution 00:50 I almost married a lawyer once Female companionship - Witness for the Prosecution 00:18 Female companionship We better go upstairs now - Witness for the Prosecution 00:26 We better go upstairs now I shall have a very serious talk with Doctor Harrison - Witness for the Prosecution 00:53 I shall have a very serious talk with Doctor Harrison I feel sorry for that nice Mr - Witness for the Prosecution 01:19 I feel sorry for that nice Mr He is not my husband - Witness for the Prosecution 01:38 He is not my husband It's your own fault - Witness for the Prosecution 00:47 It's your own fault Like these - Witness for the Prosecution 00:32 Like these She's a foreigner - Witness for the Prosecution 01:29 She's a foreigner You think Mrs - Witness for the Prosecution 00:38 You think Mrs In a gemutlich sort of way - Witness for the Prosecution 00:14 In a gemutlich sort of way You are burning my nose - Witness for the Prosecution 00:15 You are burning my nose Its just that she's terribly Scotch - Witness for the Prosecution 00:23 Its just that she's terribly Scotch Maybe I'll take a glass of sherry - Witness for the Prosecution 00:18 Maybe I'll take a glass of sherry Show us some legs - Witness for the Prosecution 00:15 Show us some legs How are you fixed for sugar - Witness for the Prosecution 00:19 How are you fixed for sugar Your husband loves you very much - Witness for the Prosecution 00:33 Your husband loves you very much I have taken your cigar and I am not taking your case - Witness for the Prosecution 00:28 I have taken your cigar and I am not taking your case What a wicked woman I am - Witness for the Prosecution 00:23 What a wicked woman I am Mr Mayhew described you as the champion of the hopeless cause - Witness for the Prosecution 00:33 Mr Mayhew described you as the champion of the hopeless... You're quite right - Witness for the Prosecution 00:36 You're quite right Considering the rubbish that is being talked nowadays - Witness for the Prosecution 00:45 Considering the rubbish that is being talked nowadays You've forgotten your brandy - Witness for the Prosecution 00:07 You've forgotten your brandy I'd better take that thermos of cocoa with me - Witness for the Prosecution 00:48 I'd better take that thermos of cocoa with me That will be all - Witness for the Prosecution 01:09 That will be all It isn't even my letter paper - Witness for the Prosecution 00:37 It isn't even my letter paper An entirely natural and understandable relationship - Witness for the Prosecution 00:37 An entirely natural and understandable relationship How alluring you look - Witness for the Prosecution 00:23 How alluring you look You're dawdling again - Witness for the Prosecution 00:14 You're dawdling again

Cast

Leonard Vole - Tyrone Power
Christine - Marlene Dietrich
Sir Wilfrid Roberts - Charles Laughton
Miss Plimsoll - Elsa Lanchester
Brogan-Moore - John Williams
Mayhew - Henry Daniell
Carter - Ian Wolfe
Mr. Myers - Torin Thatcher
Mrs. Emily Jane French - Norma Varden
Janet MacKenzie - Una O'Connor
Inspector Hearne - Philip Tonge
Diana - Ruta Lee
Court Officer - Patrick Aherne
Bar Patron - Don Ames
Bar Patron - Walter Bacon
Courtroom Spectator - Eddie Baker
Courtroom Spectator - Benjie Bancroft
Courtroom Spectator - John Barton
Courtroom Spectator - Arline Bletcher
Courtroom Spectator - Danny Borzage
Courtroom Spectator - Tex Brodus
Courtroom Spectator - George Bruggeman
Courtroom Spectator - George Calliga
Barrister - Steve Carruthers
Courtroom Spectator - Albert Cavens
Courtroom Spectator - Oliver Cross
Juror - Harry Denny
Courtoom Spectator - Helen Dickson
Courtroom Spectator - Minta Durfee
Miss O'Brien - Marjorie Eaton
Juror - Bill Erwin
Barrister - Franklyn Farnum
Courtroom Spectator - Bess Flowers
Courtroom Spectator - Joe Gilbert
Courtroom Spectator - Herschel Graham
Courtroom Spectator - Marion Gray
Courtroom Spectator - Stuart Hall
Courtroom Spectator - Art Howard
Cafe Patron - Michael Jeffers
Jury Foreman - Colin Kenny
Courtroom Spectator - Paul Kruger
Courtroom Spectator - Jeanne Lafayette
Courtroom Spectator - Carl M. Leviness
Courtroom Spectator - Robert Locke Lorraine
Courtroom Spectator - Wilbur Mack
Bailiff - Thomas Martin
Court Officer - Frank McLure
Bailiff - Hans Moebus
Miss Johnson - Ottola Nesmith
Barrister - William H. O'Brien
Courtroom Spectator - Monty O'Grady
Shorts Salesman - J. Pat O'Malley
Minor Role - George Pelling
Courtroom Spectator - Paul Power
Doctor - Jack Raine
Juror - Fred Rapport
Courtroom Spectator - Anthony Redondo
Courtroom Spectator - Mitchell Rhein
Hat Shop Saleslady - Leoda Richards
Bar Patron - Al Roberts
Miss McHugh - Molly Roden
Courtroom Spectator - John Roy
Clerk at Old Bailey - Jeffrey Sayre
Spotlight Operator in German Cafe - Norbert Schiller
Courtroom Spectator - Scott Seaton
Courtroom Spectator - Lucile Sewall
Courtroom Spectator - Reginald Simpson
Courtroom Spectator - Edna Smith
Courtroom Spectator - Cap Somers
Courtroom Spectator - Bert Stevens
Courtroom Spectator - Arthur Tovey
Courtroom Spectator - Glen Walters
Barrister Reading Charges - Ben Wright