Murder!

Synopsis: The police find the actress, Diana Baring, near the body of her friend. All the circumstantial proofs seems to point to her and, at the end of the trial, she is condemned. Sir John Menier, a jury member, suspects Diana's boyfriend, who works as an acrobat wearing a dresses.
Director(s): Alfred Hitchcock
Production: LionsGate Entertainment
 
IMDB:
6.4
Rotten Tomatoes:
93%
TV-PG
Year:
1930
92 min
49 Views


to meet, dear.

Say, who's that man?

Oh, that's

our heavy lead.

Ion Stewart.

Very sound actor.

Is he married?

How did he get on

with the prisoner?

Excuse me, inspector.

Say, how

did he get on

with the prisoner

miss Baring?

So-so, you know?

Was he popular

with the ladies?

You talking

about the jerk?

He's a bit too popular

if you ask me.

Please, if you could

call her a lady.

Shh. Now,

Doucie, remember,

she's only just dead.

Oh, all right,

all right.

I've never heard yet

that telling the truth

was a disgrace.

Only been one year

about Edna

and Stewart anyhow.

And the way I take it,

mr. Stewart

and mrs. Druce...

Excuse me. My line.

Oh! Don't bother

to show me through.

I know my way.

This is not the first

time, Reginald.

Everything's

going splendid.

Well, perhaps

I ought not to say

Edna and Stewart

like that.

But, Ted, you know

what Edna was like,

anyone she liked

had to be wrote in.

I can't wait

any longer.

Quick! In here!

Excuse me

a minute, inspector.

Shan't be long.

There's a quick change.

How do you do?

No, I'm sorry.

He's not here.

What have

they done with her?

Why, she's down at

the station, I expect.

Did she say anything,

do you know?

Is there anything

I can do?

Markham, you don't

really think

she's done it, do you?

Why have

they arrested her?

Saw it with me own eyes.

She was with the poker

in her hand

just by her side anyway.

Blood. Covered with blood.

Why, what's

the matter with you?

Blood always makes

me feel sick,

even the mention

of it.

Well, that's all right.

Here's your helmet.

Ready?

Yeah.

Hurry up, Markham.

There you are.

Ok?

Yeah.

Yeah. Why not?

Members of the jury,

Diana Baring is indicted

and stands charge

with the willful murder

of Edna Druce.

For this indictment,

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Clemence Dane

Clemence Dane was the pseudonym of Winifred Ashton (21 February 1888 – 28 March 1965), an English novelist and playwright. more…

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