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Easy Virtue (1928) was a Romance - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by Michael Balcon.

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Hitchcock Double Feature! Easy Virtue (’28) and Blackmail (’29)

By Lindsey on Jun 25, 2012 From The Motion Pictures

On a recent movie night extravaganza, my mom (who I’m swiftly converting into a classic film fan!) surprised me by picking up a Hitchcock two-film DVD at the library for us to watch. The DVD includes 1928′s Easy Virtue and 1929′s Blackmail, along with an introduction by Tony Curtis... Read full article

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[last lines]
Larita Filton: [to news photographers] Shoot! There's nothing left to kill.

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Alfred Hitchcock:  walking past a tennis court carrying a walking stick.
The play opened in London and New York City in 1925. The New York City production began on 7 December 1925 and had 147 performances with Jane Cowl as Larita, Robert Harris as John and Halliwell Hobbes as Colonel Whittaker.
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Also directed by Alfred Hitchcock

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Also produced by Michael Balcon

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Also released in 1928

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