Argumentative August #20 – Witness For the Prosecution (1957) – Cindy Bruchman

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Ryan and I would like to once again welcome you to another review for our Argumentative August Blogathon.

This next film, Witness For the Prosecution (1957) is being reviewed by Cindy of Cindy Bruchman

Let’s see what Cindy thought of this movie….

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Witness For The Prosecution (1957)

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Agatha Christie (1890–1976)

As a British national treasure, this 1920s short story/play eventually became a Billy Wilder film in 1957. Ben Lawrence’s July 2015 article published in The Telegraph  is helpful for those who know little about Agatha Christie‘s sleuths such as the married couple, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford. Why is Dame Christie the most translated, the third most published author–behind Shakespeare and the Bible–and whose 1952 play, The Mouse Trap, still shows in London at ST. MARTINS THEATER? She was able to hit a nerve for supplying intelligent stories, suspenseful plots and comedic characters without offense. She is an icon…

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