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Harry Miller

Harry Miller

Highest Rated: 75% The Devil's Business (2011)

Lowest Rated: 75% The Devil's Business (2011)

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Pioneer sound editor of the British film industry. Miller originated the concept of instant post-synchronized sound for Alfred Hitchcock's "Blackmail" (1929) when he arranged for British actress Joan Barry to speak the dialogue synchronously from the side of the soundstage for the film's leading lady, Czech actress Anny Ondra, who spoke heavily accented English. The credit title "dubbing editor" was created for Miller and first appeared in the credits for "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" (1939). His other credits include "The Four Feathers" (1939), "The Thief of Baghdad" (1940), David Lean's "Brief Encounter" (1945), and Laurence Olivier's "Henry V" (1945). Miller later became dialogue editor on several James Bond films including "From Russia With Love" (1963), "Goldfinger" (1964), "You Only Live Twice" (1967) and "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (1969). Miller's later credits include "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" (1968) and Fred Zinnemann's "A Man For All Seasons" (1966).

Highest rated movies

75% The Devil's Business



75% 48% The Devil's Business Bruno (Character) - 2011
No Score Yet No Score Yet Melinda's World Quigley P. Hall (Character) - 2005