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The last scene. . . . (spoilers)

with Paul Henreid looking dismayed as Rex Harrison is reunited with the woman and her father. Was I imagining things or did he have a certain look of relief on his face, as if maybe he was glad they were free? It was ever so subtle, and I watched that scene two or three times to see if I might have been wrong.


I think it was more of a "the bastard made it" type of look.

"Let us be crooked, but never common."


I'm with you, fanatacita. It seemed like it was intended to be a "Well played"-type of look, a grudging acknowledgment that the better man had won.