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A Blueprint for Murder (1953) Poster

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Polly Cameron: [off-screen] Don't touch my feet!

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Whitney 'Cam' Cameron: [narrating] On October 10th 1952, Lynne Cameron was convicted of murder in the first degree. Her sentence: life imprisonment. And so to the names of Madeleine Smith, Florence Maybrick, Lydia Trueblood, and all those other young, beautiful, but evil poison murderers was added that of Lynne Cameron.

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Whitney 'Cam' Cameron: Where is Polly Cameron's room?

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Dist. Atty. John J. Henderson: It's one thing for us to believe someone's guilty, but it's quite another to prove it beyond a reasonable doubt.

Det.ective Lt. Harold Y. Cole: That's a must for any conviction.

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Det.ective Lt. Harold Y. Cole: If we don't come up with new evidence, we're dead!

Whitney 'Cam' Cameron: So's the boy.

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Dist. Atty. John J. Henderson: It all adds up, Mrs. Cameron. You were the only one with the motive and the opportunity of getting the poison to the child.

Lynn Cameron: You think that I did this thing? That I killed Polly?

Dist. Atty. John J. Henderson: It's beginning to look that way, Mrs. Cameron.

Lynn Cameron: But I loved the child as if she wee my own! I couldn't have done it!

Dist. Atty. John J. Henderson: Believe me, Mrs. Cameron, you'll be making it much easier on yourself if you just tell us the truth now.

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Whitney 'Cam' Cameron: [In voiceover narration] I tried to pour the bottle, but my hand wouldn't move. It was if it belonged to someone else.

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