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This adaptation of the classic novel by Charles Dickens finds courageous British lawyer Sydney Carton (Ronald Colman) defending French aristocrat Charles Darnay (Donald Woods) from false accusations of treason against England. Carton also becomes enamored of Darnay's beautiful bride-to-be, Lucie (Elizabeth Allan), but she and Darnay marry and begin to raise a family in France. Then, when Darnay falls into the hands of French revolutionaries, Carton once again comes to his rescue.

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  • Apr 24, 2014
    Ronald Colman and crew do Dickens' work justice and the cinematic values are superior to most pieces done in the era.It was worth the loss of Colman's mustache.
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  • Sep 21, 2010
    This is a good movie about the French Revolution, which was the high point of the film, but the low points are just about every other scene where people are talking and not doing much, which are really boring. If you've read the book, it would be interesting to compare, but otherwise I don't recommend this movie.
    Aj V Super Reviewer

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