Ok, I should have probably dug up more specific details before posting it, but since I rarely have a computer and my DVD player available simultaneously, we'll just go from memory and see what happens. I'm referring to the scene in the film when Polonious tells Ophelia to basically stay the hell away from Hamlet. I'm not sure of the exact line, but after he says this, he seems to mouth something, but there is no dialogue audible, though the music score can still be clearly heard. I'm wondering if there is a line missing or if the actor was just having a mouth spasm or something. I suppose it is also possible that Olivier opted to remove whatever line was there in the final version. I tried to compare the dialogue to the play, but as you know Olivier took liberties and there are several lines in the play that are spoken in the spot I'm referring to, so obviously this scene is not verbatim. Anyone have any idea? If not, I'll check on the time in the disc this happens, so I can be more specific.