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A destitute and estranged relative of the D’Ascoyne aristocratic family plans to reclaim his lost wealth by offing each heir ahead of him.
Kind Hearts and Coronets is a biting and humorous critique of the Edwardian class system, and was lauded by film critic Philip French as one of the “most perfect” films ever made in Britain. Starring Alec Guinness as all eight members of the D’Ascoyne family. Directed by Robert Hamer. (1949, 106 min. No MPAA rating.