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The Divorce of Lady X is an amazing film. It is about divorce lawyer Everard Logan who thinks the woman who spent the night in his hotel room is the erring wife of his new client. Merle Oberon and Laurence Olivier give incredible performances. The screenplay is well written. Tim Whelan did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the humor and romance. The Divorce of Lady X is a must see.
the chemistry of Sir Olive & Merle Oberon were amazing =))
a fun movie
Brilliant, simple, enjoyable comedy filled with joie de vivre by Olivier and Oberon.
Horrid! I mean I love crazy screwballs and Laurence Olivier but Oberon is grating to the extreme.
A quintessentially english romantic comedy that does quite a good job of emulating the battle-of-the-sexes rom-coms Hollywood was making at the time. My only real criticism would be the cast, although competent, they lack the charisma and that star-quality you would find in an Hollywood affair.
good high brow drama
merle and olivier together is wonderful... a very good piece
Positively adorable. A strange twist for often-serious Laurence Olivier that surprisingly works beautifully, and he's absolutely delightful as the smitten barrister... a completely lovely film.
Possibly my favorite classic movie ever! I love Merle Oberon!
A brilliant romantic comedy from the days when brilliance was expected in such a genre. Cute and funny.