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)

Date posted Date posted Dennis Price, Margaret LockwoodFilm camera The White Unicorn (1947) Black-and-white photograph 318W x 394H

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.’