The Judge and Wallace Donaldson sit in the former's drawing room, drink amontillado and have a painfully civilized conversation. What makes it painful, on both sides, is that young Mr. Donaldson is about to take away the old judge's young, beautiful wife. The tense meeting is not made more relaxing by the Judge's quotations from Aristotle and Plato. It's even less relaxing when the Judge takes out his pistol.
Did You Know?
Jarma Lewis (Grace) retired less than a year after this showing at the age of 26. See more
Judge Connors claims to have spent his entire life in Wisconsin, a fact that hardly sits well with the upper-class English accent of the actor who plays him, Herbert Marshall. See more
Hello, Judge. I came to get my clothes.
So you're going. You're really going after all.
Funeral March of a Marionette
Written by Charles Gounod See more