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by John Mortimer

Free eBook Dock Brief (Acting Edition) download ISBN: 0573042098
Author: John Mortimer
Publisher: Samuel French Ltd (June 1, 2015)
Language: English
Pages: 42
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Dramas and Plays
Size MP3: 1157 mb
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Series: Rumpole John Clifford Mortimer was a novelist, playwright and former practising barrister.

A seedy lawyer has been waiting for years to make a grandstand defense  . 0573042098 (ISBN13: 9780573042096). Series: Rumpole John Clifford Mortimer was a novelist, playwright and former practising barrister. Among his many publications are several volumes of Rumpole stories and a trilogy of political novels, Paradise Postponed, Titmuss Regained and The Sound of Trumpets, featuring Leslie Titmuss - a character as brilliant as Rumpole. John Mortimer received a knighthood for his services to the arts in 1998.

A seedy lawyer has been waiting for years to make a grandstand defense

A seedy lawyer has been waiting for years to make a grandstand defense. He is assigned to defend an innocuous little man accused of murdering his wife.

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A cynical and unsuccessful, elderly barrister is overjoyed to be assigned a 'dock brief - to defend a husband accused of the murder of his wife

A cynical and unsuccessful, elderly barrister is overjoyed to be assigned a 'dock brief - to defend a husband accused of the murder of his wife. Music composed and conducted by Antony Hopkins. Producer: Nesta Pain. First broadcast on the BBC Third Programme in May 1957.

Find nearly any book by SIR JOHN MORTIMER. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780713915105 (978-0-7139-1510-5) Hardcover, Allen Lane, 1983. Find signed collectible books: 'In character'.

Adapted by John Mortimer from the story by Charles Dickens Large cast. Dramatized with flair and wit in a version first performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company.

A Voyage Round My Father. For much of his life John Mortimer lived in the house he inherited from his father. What Shall We Tell Caroline? with an Introduction by Valerie Grove. Published by the Penguin Group. Penguin Books Ltd, 80 Strand, London WC2R 0RL, England. Clifford had built Turville Heath Cottage near Henley in 1934: a modest house, with green tiled roof, but with thirty acres of land, where he created a magnificent garden, of riotous colour and with orchards of exotic trees.

A cynical and unsuccessful, elderly barrister is overjoyed to be assigned a 'dock brief - to defend a husband accused of the murder of his wife.

The film had its world premiere on 20 September 1962 at the Plaza Theatre in London's West End. Richard Attenborough was nominated for the 1963 BAFTA Award for best British actor for his role.

Performed in London and on American television and stage with What Shall We Tell Caroline? A seedy lawyer has been waiting for years to make a grandstand defence. He is assigned to defend an innocuous little man accused of murdering his wife. The man cheerfully admits his guilt; he simply couldn't stand his wife's constant joking and laughing. The trial ends and the verdict is a foregone conclusion. The lawyer begs his client to let him appeal. Ironically the man is reprieved because of the ineptitude of his defence.