Striking bitterness and fancy camera work as Emily (Joan Barry) intrudes on 'The Countess' (Betty Amann) and Fred (Henry Kendall) in Alfred Hitchcock's early romantic comedy Rich and Strange, 1932.
Polish-born Anny Ondra here as straying 'Alice,' is lip-synching to the off-camera voice of Joan Barry, Alfred Hitchcock directing his first talkie, quite deliberate with the shadow on the face of 'the artist' Cyril Ritchard, who goes a bit too far for her, in Blackmail, 1929.
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.
The director very much at play here, his cameo on the London underground, then protagonists Alice (Anny Ondra, voice by Joan Barry) and boyfriend policeman Frank (John Longden) feuding at tea, with witty insights about the pictures, in Alfred Hitchcok's first partial-talkie, Blackmail, 1929.
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