剧本对白阅读-控方证人Witness for the Prosecution

控方证人Witness for the Prosecution
It’s Britain, 1953. Upon his return to work following a heart attack, irrepressible barrister Sir Wilfrid Robarts, known as a barrister for the hopeless, takes on a murder case, much to the exasperation of his medical team, led by his overly regulated private nurse, Miss Plimsoll, who tries her hardest to ensure that he not return to his hard living ways – including excessive cigar smoking and drinking – while he takes his medication and gets his much needed rest. That case is defending American war veteran Leonard Vole, a poor, out of work, struggling inventor who is accused of murdering his fifty-six year old lonely and wealthy widowed acquaintance, Emily French. The initial evidence is circumstantial but points to Leonard as the murderer. Despite being happily married to East German former beer hall performer Christine Vole, he fostered that friendship with Mrs. 更多介绍…

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1、Silence. Be upstanding in court.
2、All persons who have anything to do before my lords,
3、the queen’s justices of oyer and terminer and general jail delivery
4、for the jurisdiction of the Central Criminal Court
5、draw near and give your attendance. God save the queen.
6、What a beautiful day. I’ve been hoping for a bit of sun for our homecoming.
7、It’s worth having the fog just to appreciate the sunshine. Is there a draught?
8、- Shall I roll up the window? – Roll up your mouth. You talk too much.
9、If I’d known how much you talked I’d never have come out of my coma.
10、- This thing weighs a ton. – Now, now.
11、We’ve been flat on our back for two months, we’d better be careful.
12、Lovely, lovely. It must be perfectly lovely to live and work in the Inns of Court.
13、How lucky you lawyers are.
14、I almost married a lawyer. I was in attendance for his appendectomy
15、and we became engaged as soon as he could sit up.
16、And then peritonitis set in and he went like that.
17、He certainly was a lucky lawyer.
18、Teeny-weeny steps, now. Remember we had a teeny-weeny heart attack.
19、Oh, shut up!
20、Williams, my cane.
21、Here he comes!
22、Good afternoon. Thank you very much. Everybody back to work.
23、Sir Wilfrid, if you don’t mind, I’d like to read you a poem to welcome you back.
24、Very touching. You can recite it after office hours in your own time.
25、Now back to work. What’s the matter with you?
26、Nothing. I’m just happy that you’re your old self again.
27、Any more sentimentality around here, I shall go back to the hospital!
28、They won’t take him back. He wasn’t really discharged, you know,
29、he was expelled for conduct unbecoming a cardiac patient.
30、Put these in water, blabbermouth! Come on in, Carter.
31、Look at this room. It’s ugly, old and musty.
32、But I never knew I could miss anything so much.
33、- Missed you too, you musty old buzzard. – Oh, thank you, sir.
34、I’m not a religious man, but when they carted you off, I went out and lit a candle.
35、- Why, thank you, Carter. – Actually, sir, I was lighting it for myself.
36、If anything happened to you, what would happen to me, after 37 years?
37、37 years! Has it been all that long?
38、Yes, sir. This is 1952, that was in October 1915. The Shepherd’s Bush murder.
39、The chemist accused of putting cyanide in his uncle’s toothpaste.
40、My first murder trial. I was more frightened than the defendant.
41、First time I rose to make an objection, my wig fell off. Where’s my wig?
42、Right here.
43、- I’ve guarded it with me life. – I hope it still fits.
44、I lost 30lbs in that wretched hospital.
45、Still, I suppose my head isn’t any smaller.
46、What’s all this?
47、- We’ve put it in mothballs. – Mothballs? Am I not to practise again?
48、Of course. The solicitors have been breaking down our doors.
49、- I’ve got some interesting briefs for you. – That’s better.
50、Divorce case, a tax appeal, and an important marine insurance claim.
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