Alice White is the daughter of a shopkeeper in 1920's London. Her boyfriend, Frank Webber is a Scotland Yard detective who seems more interested in police work than in her. Frank takes ... See full summary »
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. Written by
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This movie is quite interesting. A rare Hitchcock film in which we only find out who the murderer is in the end. Herbert Marshall is excellent here, as always, and the cast supports him well. The film has some memorable scenes, as when Marshall goes to prison to talk to the prisoner and when the jury decides about the verdict of the accused. The end is completely unpredictable.
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