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)

Date posted Date posted Ian Hunter, Margaret LockwoodFilm camera The White Unicorn (1947) Black-and-white photograph395W x 318H This is a small image from the early days of the siteSmall image
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.