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)

Date posted Date posted Margaret Lockwood, Joan GreenwoodFilm camera The White Unicorn (1947) Black-and-white photograph393W x 318H This is a small image from the early days of the siteSmall image
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.