The Lady in Question

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This article is about the 1940 film. For the A&E TV movie, see The Lady in Question (1999 film).
The Lady in Question
Directed by Charles Vidor
Written by Marcel Achard
Jan Lustig
Lewis Meltzer
Starring Brian Aherne
Cinematography Lucien Andriot
Release dates
August 7, 1940
Running time
80 min.
Country United States
Language English

The Lady in Question is a 1940 American comedy drama film directed by Charles Vidor and starring Brian Aherne, Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford.[1] Director William Castle appears in a cameo as "Angry Juror".


After serving on a Paris jury which acquits a young woman of any blame for the death of a young man she had known, Andre Morestan invites her to live and work at his bicycle shop so she can readjust to society. However, he decides to keep her true identity a secret which soon begins to raise the doubts of his family.



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