Richard Grant tells his wife, Laura, that he's ashamed he didn't loan their son, Dick, the $25,000 he needed for Kathy's bond money. Laura complains that Richard is too much of an idealist and that Dick is just as bad. Richard reminds her that they have no right to judge Kathy until the grand jury has heard the evidence. Laura points out that even if Kathy didn't murder Bob Lang, Kathy's first husband, she's still a liar for having concealed the fact that she was married before. And who knows whose child she's carrying? Is it Dick's, or is it Bob Lang's? At the trial, Richard Hanley, the district attorney appointed by Judge Harris, calls to the stand Alice Graham, Kathy's former roommate.
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Well, Richard. I thought you had already left for the office. Why, it's going on ten.
I know what time it is. Laura, I - I've been very disturbed.
Romance from Wieniawski Violin Concerto # 2 in D Minor
Written by Henryk Wieniawski See more