Green Eyes (June 15, 1934)
Released June 15, 1934: (running time 68 minutes) The wealthy host of a costume masquerade party is found dead on the floor of a closet after the third dance.
Produced by George R. Batcheller
Directed by Richard Thorpe
Written by H. Ashbrook and Andrew Moses
The Actors: Charles Starrett (Michael Tracy), John Wray (Inspector Crofton), Shirley Grey (Jean Kester), Claude Gillingwater (Steven Kester), William Bakewell (Cliff Miller), Dorothy Revier (Mrs. Pritchard), Stephen Chase (Mr. Pritchard, Kester's secretary), Ben Hendricks Jr. (Police Detective Regan), Arthur Clayton (Roger Hall), Aggie Herring (Dora the housekeeper), Elmer Ballard (Lenox the butler), Edward Keane (Raynor, Kester's lawyer), John Elliott (chemist), Robert Frazer (stock broker), Frank Hagney (motorcycle policeman), Frank LaRue (medical examiner), Edward LeSaint (banker), Lloyd Whitlock (Bertram F. Howe, Hall's lawyer)
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Well, I’ll Be Dog Gone! . . . Green Glass Eyes
Spoiler Alert. The final words of this murder mystery are: “The lovers drove off into the morning sun.” Getting there will take some doing, including two baffling murders. The clue that binds it all together is a pair of green glass eyes.
Our murder mystery opens with a grand masquerade party at the home of a very wealthy man. After the third dance, a woman goes upstairs looking for the host, and discovers his body crumpled on the floor of a closet, still in his Chinese masquerade costume, including a mask with two green glass eyes.
When the cops arrive, the lead inspector discovers that one of the guests is a famous murder mystery author. Charles Starrett plays the part of famous author Michael Tracy, who will help the cops unravel the mystery.
Charles Starrett came from a wealthy family, and in 1926 while starring on the Dartmouth football team, he was hired to be in a football scene in a silent movie, and the acting bug kept him busy until he decided to quit the movie business at the age of 48 to live a life of wealthy leisure and travel. He is notable for playing the part of the Durango Kid in 65 western movies, and that would be the record for the most movies starring the same leading actor as the same leading character, if William Boyd had not starred as Hopalong Cassidy in 66 movies.
Charles Starret does hold the title of being the leading man in more movies than any other actor before or since, headlining in 130 motion pictures. Not bad for a fellow that only worked for twenty-five years. If you want to see his list of movies on my site, or the list of any actor that you might be interested in after watching a movie here, just click on the actor’s name in the list of cast members under every movie and you will be magically taken to a list of links to all of that actor’s movies on the website. But before you take that journey, pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Aggie Herring and John Wray
Aggie Herring and John Wray
Ben Hendricks Jr. and Charles Starrett
Charles Starrett, Dorothy Revier and Arthur Clayton
Fank LaRue and Ben Hendricks Jr.
John Wray and Ben Hendricks Jr.
John Wray, Charles Starrett and Ben Hendricks Jr.
John Wray and Charles Starrett