Action for Slander
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"Action for Slander" is a 1937 British drama film directed by Tim Whelan and starring Clive Brook, Ann Todd and Googie Withers. An army officer is falsely accused at cheating at cards by a man whose wife he had an affair with and struggles to clear his name. It was an adaptation of the 1937 novel Action for Slander by Mary Borden.
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- producers: Alexander Korda & Victor Saville
- cinematography by Harry Stradling
- edited by Hugh Stewart
- music by Muir Mathieson
- costume design by Joe Strassner
- genres: Social problem film, Drama
- released on (77 years ago)
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by David Shephard Garland, James Cockcroft, Lucius Polk McGehee, Charles Porterfield
An action for slander of title is not properly an action for words spoken, or for libel written or published, but is an action on the case for damages sustained by reason of the speaking or publication of the words constituting slander of the plaintiff's ...
With Notes and Authorities
In an action for slander, whether oral or written, it will afford no justification that the defamatory matter has been previously published by a third person, that the defendant ...
by W.A. Shumaker
An action for slander oi! title is not properly an action tor words spoken, or ior libel written and published. but an action on the case for special damage sustained by reason of the speaking or publication ot the slander oi' the plaintiil's title.
The cyclopedic dictionary of law: comprising the terms and phrases of American jurisprudence, including ancient and modern common law, international
by W.A. Shumaker
An action for slander of title is not properly an action for words spoken, or for libel written and published, but an action on the case for special damage sustained by reasOn of the speaking or publication of the slander of the plaintiff's title.
that whatever is alleged in arrest of judgment must be such matter as would have been, upon demurrer, sufficient to overt um the action of plea," As if, on an action for slander, in calling the plaintiff a Jew, the defendant denies the words, and ...
by William Bell
97, might competently entertain an action for slander, concluding, Iith concourse of the procurator-fiscal, for damages, fine, and paliuode ; Tamer, let June 1831, 9 S. 774.
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