Chapter & Verse
Correspondence on not-so-famous lost words
Frank Wagner writes: “Years ago, I saw an early scene in a British (probably) movie in which a young barrister must cross-examine a witness at a trial because his Queen’s Counsel is suddenly indisposed. The young man uses his experience with betting on horses at the track to expose the witness’s lies and win the case. Can anyone identify the movie?”
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