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  1. It seems like maybe this question has come up before but... SPOILERS SPOILER SPOILERS IN RE: WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION WHY IS IT that in the final scene, when Marlene has her big, BIG scene and reveals all- then is rejected and chucked into the boards by Ty Power, she says**: "WET THEM CONVICT ME OF PERJURWY, WET THEM CONVICT ME OF CONSPIRWACY!" (sees letter opener on table, picks it up) "BETTER YET, WET THEM CONVICT ME OF..." And for some WEIRD REASON I CANNOT FATHOM, Marlene CLEARLY SAYS THE WORD "MURDER," but the dialogue comes to an abrupt (and noticeable) halt
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