A Shocking Accident
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"A Shocking Accident" is a 1982 British short comedy film directed by James Scott, based on Graham Greene's short story by the same name. It won an Academy Award in 1983 for Best Short Subject.
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- production design by Louise Stjernsward
- music by Simon Wallace, Simon Brint
- genres: Indie film, Romance Film, Comedy
- released in (33 years ago)
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plural shocks shock shocking adjective Causing surprise, horror, or disturbance: a shocking accident. shock-ing (shok' ing) aadjective shoe noun An outer covering for the human foot, usually having a rigid sole and heel. shoe ( shob) anoun, ...
Encyclopaedia Americana. Supplementary volume. A popular dictionary of arts, sciences, literature, history, politics, and biography (1847)
a shocking accident occurred on the railroad between Paris and Versailles, which cost the lives of 200 persons, and, among others, those of Du- mont d'Urville, the circumnavigator, and liia family.
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