A pretty damn good old Hitch film worth checking out. The first 1/4 of the film is quite brilliant in great Hitchcockian fashion and I especially liked the quirkiness of the characters in the jury scene. Way ahead of 12 Angry Men
Hitch manages to use sound in a compelling way, such as the "Tristan" scene, but overall there is too much dialog or "explaining" for my taste. As a result, this film feels very uneven. I think Hitch is still struggling to achieve a fluid rhythm in his talkies.