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By Tom Ryall

Blackmail was the 1st significant British sound movie. Tom Ryall examines its strange creation historical past, and areas it within the context of Hitchcock's different British motion pictures of the interval. each one quantity within the "BFI movie Classics" sequence features a own statement at the movie and a filmography.

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