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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

The Case of Mrs. Loring (1958) a.k.a. A Question of Adultery DVD-R

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Starring Julie London, Anthony Steel, Basil Sydney, Donald Houston, Anton Diffring

Directed by Don Chaffey



Print: black/white

Runtime: 86 min.

Genre: drama

Print quality: B



 


In this drama, a couple experiences marital turmoil because the husband is a hot-tempered race-car driver with a jealous streak. The woman then gets pregnant and begins hoping that a baby will bring them back together. Unfortunately, the two get into a terrible accident, she loses the baby, and her husband is rendered sterile. This makes her all the more desperate to have one and so she suggests artificial insemination. Her husband isn't totally for it, but then decides to go through with it. Unfortunately, he then changes his mind after the deed is done. At his father's urging, he files for divorce. In court, a jury must decide whether adultery (the film was made in the days before no-fault divorce) was committed. They cannot, but that is okay with the couple who reconcile and go on to become wonderful parents.

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Starring Julie London, Anthony Steel, Basil Sydney, Donald Houston, Anton Diffring
Directed by Don Chaffey

Print: black/white
Runtime: 86 min.
Genre: drama
Print quality: B

 

In this drama, a couple experiences marital turmoil because the husband is a hot-tempered race-car driver with a jealous streak. The woman then gets pregnant and begins hoping that a baby will bring them back together. Unfortunately, the two get into a terrible accident, she loses the baby, and her husband is rendered sterile. This makes her all the more desperate to have one and so she suggests artificial insemination. Her husband isn't totally for it, but then decides to go through with it. Unfortunately, he then changes his mind after the deed is done. At his father's urging, he files for divorce. In court, a jury must decide whether adultery (the film was made in the days before no-fault divorce) was committed. They cannot, but that is okay with the couple who reconcile and go on to become wonderful parents.

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