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The Dark Hour (February 18, 1936)

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The Dark Hour
 

Released February 18, 1936: (running time 1 hour and 9 minutes) When a wealthy uncle is murdered, a young police detective and a retired cop work together to solve the mystery.

Produced by George R. Batcheller

Directed by Charles Lamont

The Actors: Ray Walker (Jim Landis), Berton Churchill (Paul Bernard), Irene Ware (Elsa Carson), Hobart Bosworth (Charles Carson), Hedda Hopper (Aunt Marian Tallman), E.E. Clive (Foot the butler), Harold Goodwin (Peter Blake, chemist), William V. Mong (Henry Carson), Michael Mark (Arthur Bell), John St. Polis (Dr. Munro), Miki Morita (Chong, Mrs. Tallman's servant), Aggie Herring (Mrs. Dubbin the cook), Rose Allen (Mrs. Murphy, the housekeeper), Fred Kelsey (Detective Bruce), Charles McAvoy (policeman at the tenement fire), Kathryn Sheldon (Helen Smith, Carson housemaid), Harry Strang (policeman), Lloyd Whitlock (Mr. Watson)

 
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The Dead Miser and the Dead Mouse

Ok, . . . A good detective murder mystery includes a dead body or two, a detective or two, and a bunch of clues that are difficult to interpret. This one includes all of the above, and if you figure it out before I did, my hat is off to you. I only beg you to wait until the final seconds of the movie before congratulating yourself.

Orphan girl Elsa Carson, played by Irene Ware, lives with her two wealthy uncles, and the two uncles are very paranoid about someone who might be trying to kill them. Young police detective Jim Landis, played by Ray Walker, is in love with the girl, and he will head up the murder investigation when one of her uncles is mysteriously murdered.

The neighbor of the girl and her uncles is a retired police detective, who will help the young police detective analyze and interpret the clues to the murder. Discovering whodunit will be a bit more complicated than merely following the usual trail of clues leading to the murderer. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Aggie Herring and Ray Walker
Aggie Herring and Ray Walker
Aggie Herring
Aggie Herring
Berton Churchill
Berton Churchill
Berton Churchill and Hedda Hopper
Berton Churchill and Hedda Hopper
Berton Churchill and Ray Walker
Berton Churchill and Ray Walker
Berton Churchill
Berton Churchill
Berton Churchill
Berton Churchill
E.E. Clive
E.E. Clive
E.E. Clive and Ray Walker
E.E. Clive and Ray Walker
E.E. Clive
E.E. Clive
Harold Goodwin
Harold Goodwin
Harold Goodwin
Harold Goodwin
Hedda Hopper
Hedda Hopper
Hedda Hopper and Irene Ware
Hedda Hopper and Irene Ware
Hedda Hopper
Hedda Hopper
Hobart Bosworth
Hobart Bosworth
Hobart Bosworth and William V. Mong
Hobart Bosworth and William V. Mong
Hobart Bosworth
Hobart Bosworth
Irene Ware
Irene Ware
Irene Ware and Hedda Hopper
Irene Ware and Hedda Hopper
Irene Ware
Irene Ware
Irene Ware
Irene Ware
Kathryn Sheldon
Kathryn Sheldon
Michael Mark
Michael Mark
Michael Mark
Michael Mark
Ray Walker
Ray Walker
Ray Walker and Berton Churchill
Ray Walker and Berton Churchill
Ray Walker, E.E. Clive and Berton Churchill
Ray Walker, E.E. Clive and Berton Churchill
Ray Walker and Irene Wareac
Ray Walker and Irene Ware
Ray Walker and Berton Churchill
Ray Walker and Berton Churchill
Norman Leavitt as Deputy Yale
Norman Leavitt as Deputy Yale
William V. Mong and Harold Goodwin
William V. Mong and Harold Goodwin
William V. Mong and Ray Walker
William V. Mong and Ray Walker
William V. Mong
William V. Mong