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Help identifying 40s movie


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Saw "The Unsuspected" yesterday on TCM, a fabulous 1947 film with Claude Rains. But I'm thinking if another film that also used then-new technology in the plot (as Rains did with a record mastering device). This other plot revolves around a pianist/murderer who leaves a record playing in his locked study, while he pretends to be rehearsing, when he is actually murdering someone. Please help me identify this film! And where can I get a copy of "The Unsuspected?"

 

-- Brian Charles

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Hi Brian!

Could you be thinking of Preston Sturges' "Unfaithfully Yours" with Rex Harrison? I think that one is more about Harrison's fantasies/daydreams than actual murder, but I haven't watched it in ages.

 

As for "The Unsuspected", I don't think it's ever been released on DVD, so your best bet is to record it when TCM airs it.

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