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Harry Miller



British sound editor Harry Miller made an important contribution to film in 1929 by becoming the first dubbing editor. He accomplished this while working on Hitchcock's early talkies, most notably Blackmail, in which he had actress Joan Barry speak the dialogue outside the camera's range while the film's leading lady, Anna Ondra, whose Czech-accented English was unintelligible, mouthed the words. The actual title "dubbing editor" was ascribed to Miller in 1939 on the credits for Goodbye, Mr. Chips. Miller did sound work on films through the mid-'60s.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
80% The Devil's Business
  • Actor
2012
No Score Yet White Angel
  • Actor
1994
No Score Yet Interview with a Serial Killer
  • Alan Smith
1993
No Score Yet Fool's Gold
  • Security Van Driver
1992
No Score Yet White Angel
  • Actor
1936

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT
No Score Yet New Tricks
2003-2013
  • Poker Player

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