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Alfred Hitchcock

Young and Innocent

80' - 1937 - Crime, Mystery, Romance - Dialogue: English
Director: Alfred Hitchcock Composer: Louis Levy With: Derrick De Marney, Nova Pilbeam, Percy Marmont, Edward Rigby, Mary Clare, John Longden
One of Hitchcock' s more charming affairs. The daughter of a police constable is heading an investigation into the death of an actress whose body was washed ashore. The prime, and in fact only, suspect is a young man who maintains his innocence, despite the fact that everything is against him. The film boasts one of Hitchcock's most memorable visual effects, namely a remarkable crane and dolly shot which moves across a grand ballroom and into the face of the murderer with his twitching eye.

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Credits

Director

Alfred Hitchcock

Composer

Louis Levy

With

Derrick De Marney, Nova Pilbeam, Percy Marmont, Edward Rigby, Mary Clare, John Longden

Scenario

Charles Bennett, Alma Reville

Director of Photography

Bernard Knowles

Editor

Charles Frend

Producer

Edward Black

More information

Dialogue

English

Countries of production

United Kingdom

Year

1937

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