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    Murder! (1930) -- (Movie Clip) Save Her Soul

    Notable scene, often cited as the first in a sound film in which an actor's inner thoughts are expressed through voice-over, Sir John (Herbert Marshall) having doubts about that day's verdict, director Alfred Hitchcock also using a live orchestra off-camera, in Murder!, 1930.

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