Watch it via the Internet Archive (The sound's a bit fuzzy, but I couldn't find a cleaner one.):
I'll offer this as my "in" to the weekly T Stand for Tuesday blogger gathering where we share a reference to a beverage and visit one another:
On learning her dear friend has won thousands of pounds in a sweepstakes:
"I'll go make a cup of tea."
In the screenshot above they are laughing and crying with joy and excitement as they uncork the bottle. What a sweet moment.
Running for 84 minutes, this smoothly acted suspense drama is unfortunately one of Rathbone's frequently overlooked performances, despite that fact that he is superbly effective as the insane murderer. The quick-fire editing, atmospheric photography and Britten's good music score, particularly during the latter stages, is an additional bonus, but it is Rathbone's performance alone that makes this film most enjoyable.Agatha Christie Reader calls it "a wry, well-conceived psychological thriller which proves that –even 75 years on– movies haven’t really changed." TCM has information.
Here Comes the Sun:
Random (not from a prompt):