Main title from The White Unicorn (1947)

The White Unicorn

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| | UK | Drama | 1h 37min |
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In a home for delinquent girls, the worst offender exchanges reminiscences with the warden

Cast

Margaret Lockwood promotional headshot for Jassy, c. 1947, autographed "Sincerely" by the actress
Lucy
A new picture of the talented and lovely British actress Joan Greenwood under contract to the J. Arthur Rank Organisation.
Lottie Smith
Ian Hunter (as Philip Templar) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (81)
Philip Templar
Dennis Price sports a natty moustache, cravat and white jumper, all whilst smoking a cigarette
Richard Glover
Eileen Peel
Joan
Guy Middleton
Fobey
Catherine Lacey
Miss Cater
Paul Dupuis
Paul
Bryl Wakely
Matron of Remand home
Joan Rees
Alice Walters
Mabel Constanduros
Nurse
Lily Kann
Shura
Valentine Dyall
Storton
Julia Lockwood in a publicity photo from the 1950s
Norey
Vernon Conway
Son of pompous matron
Kyra Vayne
Singer
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Director

Bernard Knowles

Writer

(novel)
(screenplay)

Released

1947

Production Company


Harold Huth Productions

Also Known As

Bad Sister (USA)

Pictures (121)

Lucy (Margaret Lockwood) puts her arms on the shoulders of Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood) in a scene from The White Unicorn (1947)
Margaret Lockwood and Joan Greenwood in The White Unicorn (1947)
Screenshot from The White Unicorn (1947) (2)
The White Unicorn (1947) screenshot (2)
Screenshot from The White Unicorn (1947) (1)
The White Unicorn (1947) screenshot (1)
Lovely petite golden-haired Joan Greenwood takes a day off from filming in The White Unicorn to pay a visit to the Victoria and Albert Museum.    Daughter of a well-known artist she takes a keen interest in the wonderful tapestries.   Directed by Bernard Knowles, The White Unicorn stars Margaret Lockwood, Ian Hunter, Dennis Price and Joan Greenwood.    It is for GFD distribution.
Joan Greenwood at the Victoria and Albert musem
Main title from The White Unicorn (1947)
The White Unicorn (1947) opening credits
The Milk-White Unicorn, by Flora Sandstrom.   Dennis Price and Margaret Lockwood star in the film based on this novel
The Milk-White Unicorn book | Flora Sandstrom
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) and Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (98)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (98) | Joan Greenwood, Margaret Lockwood
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) in an American photograph from Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) (1)
Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) American photograph (1) | Joan Greenwood
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) wears a stripy top in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (97)
Margaret Lockwood wears a stripy top in The White Unicorn (1947)
Italian lobby card from The White Unicorn (1947) (1)
The White Unicorn (1947) Italian lobby card (1)
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (97)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (97) | Margaret Lockwood
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) and Lily Kann (as Shura) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (96)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (96) | Margaret Lockwood, Lily Kann
Lucy (Margaret Lockwood) in the John Cofield production of The White Unicorn, from 1947
Margaret Lockwood as Lucy in The White Unicorn
Eileen Peel (as Joan), John Boxer, Guy Middleton (as Fobey) and Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (95)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (95) | Eileen Peel, John Boxer, Guy Middleton
Alice Waters (Joan Rees) insults Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood) by remarking on her former life in not too kind a manner. Lottie, wild with rage, leaps at Alice who is taken unawares. They both fight furiously; they kick, punch and pull each other’s hair
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (94)
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) and Joan Rees (as Alice Walters) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (93)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (93) | Joan Greenwood, Joan Rees
Margaret Lockwood and Dennis Price view the studio-constructed ice hole in which he fell to his death in the film, The White Unicorn
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (92)
In desperation, Lucy Glover (Margaret Lockwood) tries to rescue her husband Dick (Dennis Price) who, while teaching her to ski during their honeymoon in Finland, has fallen into an ice hole
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (91)
Break for tea and The White Unicorn unit are no exceptions to any other studio personnel – they make a beeline for the eats and drinks. (Continuity girl to centre.)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (90)
Miss Jayawardana, a Ceylonese visitor to Nettlefold Studios is entertained on set by (left to right) John Boxer, Harold Huth, Guy Middleton, Bernard Knowles (director), Reg Wyer (lighting cameraman); and seated, Eileen Peel and Margaret Lockwood
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (89)
Two welcome visitors to Nettlefold studios were Chrissie White and Henry Edwards, stars of the silent days. They arrived for the wedding sequence in The White Unicorn and are seen chatting to present day stars of the film, Margaret Lockwood and Ian Hunter
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (88)
Welcome visitors to Nettlefold studios were and Henry Edwards who are seen chatting to the stars of the film Ian Hunter and Margaret Lockwood. Stewart Rome, a great friend of the Edwards and a well known silent star, looks on. He plays the role of Margaret Lockwood’s father in The White Unicorn
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (87)
In the lounge of the St. James Club, Fobey (Guy Middleton) tells Dick Glover (Dennis Price) that he thinks he is seeing too much of Lucy Templar
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (86)
Dick Glover (Dennis Price) tells Lucy’s (Margaret Lockwood) husband Phillip Templar (Ian Hunter) that he and Lucy are in love and want to be married if she can get a divorce
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (85)
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (84)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (84) | Margaret Lockwood
Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood) is wheeling her brothers and sisters in a ramshackle pram near the docks. Lottie tells this episode in her life to the warden of the remand home to which she is later sent on a charge of trying to murder her child and commit suicide herself
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (83)
Guy Middleton (as Fobey) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (82)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (82) | Guy Middleton
Ian Hunter (as Philip Templar) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (81)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (81) | Ian Hunter
Ian Hunter starring in the film, The White Unicorn, dressed to attend a fancy dress ball
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (80)
Margaret Lockwood being interviewed at a party to celebrate the golden jubilee of Nettlefold Studios
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (79)
Margaret Lockwood at a party to celebrate the golden jubilee of Nettlefold Studios.    Also seen in the photograph are John Corfield, Ernest Roy (Managing Director of Nettlefold) and Harold Huth (Producer)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (78)
Bretton Byrd, Musical Director of The White Unicorn, plays one of his tunes for recording.    Kyra Vayne, Russian singer, Reg Wyer, (Lighting Cameraman) and Bernard Knowles (Director) look on
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (77)
Planning a shot is a big job and Bernard Knowles, director of The White Unicorn, sits down to think it out.    On his left is June Faithful, continuity girl; on his right, Arthur Grant, camera operator; Reg Wyer, director of photography, stands with his hand on hip
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (76)
The boiler man at Nettlefold Studios preparing a bath of steaming hot water for a Finnish bath sequence in The White Unicorn
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (75)
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) and Julia Lockwood (as Norey) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (74)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (74) | Margaret Lockwood, Julia Lockwood
Margaret Lockwood’s little daughter, Margaret Julia Lockwood, plays the part of Norey, Lucy’s child. Norey is sitting in her cot waiting for her mother’s good night kiss
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (73)
In a vain effort to save her marriage, Lucy (Margaret Lockwood) suggests to Dick (Dennis Price) that he should drive her to the cottage where Norey is staying with her nurse so that she can bring her back home. On the way the car breaks down and Lucy and Dick sit on a grassy bank – "In these woods I lost a white unicorn; I was broken hearted," says Dick. "White unicorn?," Lucy replies. "Yes, my father says it was the symbol of happiness," Dick tells her. "Now I’ve found it again -in you"
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (72)
Dick (Dennis Price) asks Lucy (Margaret Lockwood) whether she regrets her divorce from Philip Templar (Ian Hunter), her former husband, and the separation from her child
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (71)
Dick (Dennis Price) and Lucy Glover (Margaret Lockwood ) spend their honeymoon in Finland.  Shura (Lily Kahn) gives Lucy a Finnish steam bath and Dick asks her how she likes it.  A scene from the John Corfield production "The White Unicorn", produced by Harold Huth and directed by Bernard Knowles.  Eagle-Lion distribution.
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (70)
Photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (69)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (69)
Photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (68)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (68)
Photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (67)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (67)
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) and Catherine Lacey (as Miss Cater) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (66)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (66) | Joan Greenwood, Catherine Lacey
Eileen Peel (as Joan) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (65)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (65) | Eileen Peel
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (64)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (64) | Margaret Lockwood
Joan Greenwood, one of the stars of The White Unicorn, amuses herself with an old barrel organ while on location in Hammersmith for shots of a dockland city.    Joan plays the role of Lottie, a slum girl who never has a real chance in life
Joan Greenwood plays with a barrel organ
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (62)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (62) | Joan Greenwood
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (61)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (61) | Joan Greenwood
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (60)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (60) | Margaret Lockwood
Margaret Lockwood greeting visitors on the set of The White Unicorn, being filmed at Nettlefold Studios.    Chrissie White and Henry Edwards are meeting the continuity girl.    Stewart Rome looks on
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (59)
Chrissie White and Henry Edwards, stars of the silent movies, visiting on the set of The White Unicorn.    Stewart Rome, a friend and silent movie star, looks on
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (58)
Margaret Lockwood greeting visitors to the set of The White Unicorn at Nettlefold Studios.    Chrissie White and Henry Edwards, stars of the silent screen, play guests at the wedding scene
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (57)
Arthur Grant (camera operator) gets everything in order before taking a shot of Margaret Lockwood, who plays the role of Lucy Templar in The White Unicorn
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (56)
The charming cottage at Newlands Corner, which was chosen by the director of The White Unicorn as a suitable exterior for a scene in which Norey, Lucy’s child, runs into the road and gets knocked down by a motor car
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (55)
Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood), who has been remanded on a charge of attempting to murder her child and commit suicide herself, asks the warden of the remand home, Lucy Glover (Margaret Lockwood) what she knows about unhappiness.     "Quite a lot," retorts Lucy, who is separated through divorce from her own child
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (54)
The matron (Bryl Wakely) tells Lucy Glover (Margaret Lockwood), the warden of the remand home, that her former husband, Mr Justice Templar, has called to see her
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (53)
Lucy (Margaret Lockwood) decides to fight Lottie’s (Joan Greenwood) case.    When she is brought up at the assizes, the judge is Lucy’s ex-husband, Philip Templar. Lucy’s eloquent plea in which she appeals for a chance for Lottie Smith, the little slum girl who never had an opportunity, softens Philip.    In cross examination he seems to be questioning Lucy rather than Lottie.    Lottie is bound over and allowed custody of her child.    Her relief is obvious when she flings her arms around Lucy, thanking her for putting her on the road to happiness
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (52)
The next sequence is a motor accident and producer, director and unit of The White Unicorn sit waiting for the two stars involved, Margaret Lockwood and Dennis Price, to appear
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (51)
In desperation, Lucy Glover (Margaret Lockwood) tries to rescue her husband, Dick (Dennis Price), who, while teaching her to ski during their honeymoon in Finland, has fallen into an ice hole.    Her struggles are in vain and she screams hysterically as the swirling current drags him down
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (50)
In desperation, Lucy Glover (Margaret Lockwood) tries to rescue her husband, Dick (Dennis Price), who, while teaching her to ski during their honeymoon in Finland, has fallen into an ice hole
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (49)
When Lucy (Margaret Lockwood) returns home she is met by Philip (Ian Hunter).    He tells her that Norey has had an accident.    "She rushed out to meet your car," he tells her, "only it wasn’t your car, you didn’t go".    Horror stricken, Lucy demands to see Norey.    Philip refuses, "you were always bad for her," he says.   He accuses Lucy of undermining his dignity. "Your dignity," Lucy cries, "you think I’ve deceived you and all you care about is your dignity.    You don’t understand love," she retorts. "If you let me see her, I promise you I’ll go and never come back," Lucy says
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (48)
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (47)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (47) | Joan Greenwood
Julia Lockwood (as Norey) and Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (24)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (24) | Julia Lockwood, Margaret Lockwood
Lucy Glover (Margaret Lockwood) is warden of a remand home for girls. A new arrival, Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood, seated left), has appointed herself ring leader of the girls and is rapping on the table with a spoon.    Lottie, product of the slums, has been remanded on a charge of attempting to murder her child and commit suicide herself.    Lucy wins her confidence and she tells the story of her life: she had a drunken father, a sluttish mother and five young brothers and sisters – all living in one room
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (45)
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (44)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (44) | Margaret Lockwood
Dick gives a house warming party at the villa for Lucy, inviting all the villagers. One of the guests (Kyra Vayne) entertains the others by singing a lovely Finnish folk song
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (43)
Shura (Lily Kann), the old Finnish servant who looks after Lucy and Dick while they are honeymooning in Finland
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (42)
Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood) walks slowly out of the doctor’s surgery after learning that she is about to become a mother
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (41)
Lucy (Margaret Lockwood) is very happy with the success of her fancy dress ball. She danced often with Dick (Dennis Price) who is dressed to resemble the Earl of Hartland
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (40)
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (39)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (39) | Margaret Lockwood
The counsel asks Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood) whether she pleads "guilty" or "not guilty" to the attempted murder of her baby (2)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (38)
Lucy Glover (Margaret Lockwood), as warden of a remand home, comforts Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood) when she is brought into court to be tried for attempting to kill her baby and commit suicide herself
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (37)
The counsel asks Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood) whether she pleads "guilty" or "not guilty" to the attempted murder of her baby (1)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (36)
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) and Dennis Price (as Richard Glover) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (35)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (35) | Margaret Lockwood, Dennis Price
Picture Show magazine with Dennis Price and  Margaret Lockwood in The White Unicorn.  15th November, 1947.
Picture Show magazine – Dennis Price, Margaret Lockwood – November 1947
As Lottie speaks, Lucy (Margaret Lockwood) thinking of her marriage to Philip Templar (Ian Hunter), an up and coming barrister, tells Lottie that she, too, has suffered.    She loves Philip, but he is shocked by her passionate nature.    Although he loves her it seems that he is incapable of deep feeling.    In an effort to keep their marriage together, Lucy suggests they should have a baby.    But when the child, Norey, is born, Philip insists on employing a nurse and Lucy finds herself becoming more and more estranged from both herself and her child
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (34)
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) and Ian Hunter (as Philip Templar) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (33)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (33) | Margaret Lockwood, Ian Hunter
Fobey (Guy Middleton) wants Lucy (Margaret Lockwood) to be happy, but realises that there is something missing in her life: she hasn’t enough to keep her occupied. She tells Fobey that the house, the furniture, everything in it belongs to Philip; except for the ghost who haunts the drawing-room waiting for her lover
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Paul (Paul Dupuis) invites Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood) to tea at his flat, after which he proceeds to make love to her. At first she is frightened, but he makes her feel at home and she succumbs
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Lottie (Joan Greenwood) tells Paul (Paul Dupuis) that she is going to have a baby.    Paul pleads with her to be sensible; he says she is trying the old game to make him marry her
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (30)
Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood) is terrified when her father comes home drunk. She lives with her mother, father and four other children in one dirty, squalid room. There is no privacy, nowhere to be alone
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (29)
Lottie Smith (Joan Greenwood) wheels the ramshackle pram containing her younger brothers and sisters down the streets of a dock city in which she "lives" in sordid surroundings. Lottie tells this episode in her life to the warden of the remand home to which she is later sent on a charge of trying to murder her child and commit suicide herself
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (28)
"I’d like to have champagne every day," says Lucy Templar (Margaret Lockwood) to her newly married husband, Philip (Ian Hunter). "And so you shall," he replies
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Ian Hunter (as Philip Templar), Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) and Guy Middleton (as Fobey) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (19)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (19) | Ian Hunter, Margaret Lockwood
The schoolmaster (Jan van Loewn) and his wife take leave of their host and hostess Dick (Dennis Price) and Lucy (Margaret Lockwood) and thank them for a delightful party
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The honeymoon couple (Ian Hunter and Margaret Lockwood) are interrupted by the appearance of the page boy in their hotel suite
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Shura (Lilly Kann), the Russian house-keeper, prepares a Finnish steam bath for Lucy Glover (Margaret Lockwood) and asks her to get ready
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Margaret Lockwood and the continuity girl reviewing a scene for the wedding on the set of John Corfield’s The White Unicorn
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Lucy Glover (Margaret Lockwood) takes the oath as she enters the witness box to plead for leniency for Lottie Smith who is accused of attempting to murder her child
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Margaret Lockwood being presented with a white unicorn statue by Harold Huth during the making of The White Unicorn
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Bryl Wakely (as Matron of Remand home) and Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (19)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (19) | Bryl Wakely
Dennis Price (as Richard Glover) and Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (18)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (18) | Dennis Price, Margaret Lockwood
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (17)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (17) | Joan Greenwood
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (16)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (16) | Joan Greenwood
Picture Show magazine with Joan Greenwood and  Margaret Lockwood in The White Unicorn.  15th November, 1947.
Picture Show magazine – Joan Greenwood, Margaret Lockwood – November 1947
Photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (15)
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The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (14)
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) and Julia Lockwood (as Norey) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (13)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (13) | Margaret Lockwood, Julia Lockwood
Photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (12)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (12)
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (11)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (11) | Joan Greenwood
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) and Julia Lockwood (as Norey) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (10)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (10) | Margaret Lockwood, Julia Lockwood
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) and Dennis Price (as Richard Glover) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (9)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (9) | Margaret Lockwood, Dennis Price
Lobby card from Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) (1)
Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) lobby card (1)
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (8)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (8) | Joan Greenwood
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (7)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (7) | Joan Greenwood
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (6)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (6) | Joan Greenwood
Film Bühne magazine with Margaret Lockwood and  Julia Lockwood in The White Unicorn.  1947, issue number 211.  (German).  Symbol des Glücks.
Film Bühne magazine – Margaret Lockwood, Julia Lockwood – 1947
Illustrierte Film Bühne magazine with Joan Greenwood, Margaret Lockwood, Dennis Price, and  Ian Hunter in The White Unicorn.  1947, issue number 211.  (German)
Illustrierte Film Bühne magazine – Joan Greenwood, Margaret Lockwood, Dennis Price, Ian Hunter
Filmpost magazine with Ian Hunter and  Margaret Lockwood in The White Unicorn.  (German).  Symbol des Glücks.
Filmpost magazine – Ian Hunter, Margaret Lockwood – 1947
Joan Greenwood (as Lottie Smith) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (5)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (5) | Joan Greenwood
Poster for Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) (2)
Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) poster (2)
Poster for Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) (1)
Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) poster (1)
American lobby card from Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) (1)
Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) American lobby card (1)
Margaret Lockwood passes round the cakes during a break from filming The White Unicorn
Margaret Lockwood passes round the cakes
Photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (3)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (3)
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The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (2)
Margaret Lockwood (as Lucy) and Julia Lockwood (as Norey) in a photograph from The White Unicorn (1947) (1)
The White Unicorn (1947) photograph (1) | Margaret Lockwood, Julia Lockwood
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The White Unicorn (1947) poster (3)
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The White Unicorn (1947) poster (2)
Poster for The White Unicorn (1947) (1)
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American poster for Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) (1)
Bad Sister [The White Unicorn] (1947) American poster (1)

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