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    Part of the prologue, from the shot-silent portion of the film, with sound effects added, many tricks from the director, John Longden the young cop and leading man introduced, from what is generally seen as the first British talkie, Alfred Hitchcock's Blackmail, 1929.

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Blackmail (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Flying Squad
Part of the prologue, from the shot-silent portion of the...
Blackmail (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Flying Squad
Part of the prologue, from the shot-silent portion of the film, with sound effects added, many tricks from the director, John Longden the young cop and leading man introduced, from what is generally seen as the first British talkie, Alfred Hitchcock's Blackmail, 1929.>
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Blackmail (1929) -- (Movie Clip) Knives Is Not Right
We know that shopgirl Alice (Anny Ondra, voice by Joan Barry) is behind the stabbing that everyone's talking about, her mum and dad (Sara Allgood, Charles Paton) and especially the neighbor (Phyllis Monkman), Alfred Hitchcock having fun directing his first talking picture, Blackmail, 1929.>
Blackmail (1929) -- (Movie Clip) I'd Better...
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Blackmail (1929) -- (Movie Clip) I'd Better Go
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