Squire Corder (Tod Slaughter) solves his problem with brutal practicality in Milton Rosmer’s Maria Marten, or the Murder in the Red Barn (1935)

Squire Corder (Tod Slaughter) solves his problem with brutal practicality in Milton Rosmer’s Maria Marten, or the Murder in the Red Barn (1935)

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