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)

Date posted Date posted Ian Hunter, Margaret LockwoodFilm camera The White Unicorn (1947) Black-and-white photograph 387W x 305H This is a small image from the early days of the site Small image

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.