Tomorrow at Seven (June 2, 1933)

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Tomorrow at Seven
 

Released on June 2, 1933: A crime novelist in search of the Black Ace killer in Chicago may become the next victim of the mysterious murderer.

Produced by Joseph I. Schnitzer and Samuel Zierler

Directed by Ray Enright

The Actors: Chester Morris (Neil Broderick), Vivienne Osborne (Martha Winters), Frank McHugh (Clancy), Allen Jenkins (Dugan), Henry Stephenson (Thornton Drake), Grant Mitchell (Austin Winters), Charles Middleton (Jerry Simons), Oscar Apfel (Asa Marsden), Virginia Howell (Mrs. Quincy), Cornelius Keefe (airplane pilot Henderson), Edward LeSaint (coroner), Gus Robinson (Pompey the gardener), Bud Geary (airplane co-pilot)

 

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Murder with Six at Seven

Neil Broderick, played by Chester Morris, is a crime novelist who is going to write a book about the Black Ace Killer, who is terrorizing Chicago. He is on a train heading to Chicago when he meets the daughter of the secretary to a wealthy and famous man who is also studying the crimes of the Black Ace Killer.

Just as the crime novelist is meeting the wealthy man to talk about the mysterious killer, the man’s secretary discovers a black ace of diamonds card that predicts that the wealthy man will be murdered the next evening at seven o’clock.

Somehow two goofy Chicago cops arrive and the group of them decide that the best way to foil the murder plans of the mysterious killer will be to fly from Chicago to Louisiana and be thousands of feet in the air at seven, far away from the mysterious killer.
So here we are in an airplane far above the earth and far from Chicago. The chartered plane is carrying the wealthy man marked for death, his male secretary and the secretary’s daughter Martha, the two goofy cops, and our author who is in search of the mysterious killer.

At exactly seven o’clock the cabin lights go out and darkness engulfs our six passengers . . . . And when the lights come back on we discover a murdered man . . . . . No, not the wealthy man who was marked for murder . . . . Someone else has been killed . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

The Black Ace
The Black Ace
Vivienne Osborne
Vivienne Osborne
Allen Jenkins
Allen Jenkins
Allen Jenkins and Frank McHugh
Allen Jenkins and Frank McHugh
Allen Jenkins and Frank McHugh
Allen Jenkins and Frank McHugh
Allen Jenkins
Allen Jenkins
Bud Geary
Bud Geary
Charles Middleton
Charles Middleton
Chester Morris
Chester Morris
Chester Morris
Chester Morris
Cornelius Keefe and Henry Stephenson
Cornelius Keefe and Henry Stephenson
Cornelius Keefe
Cornelius Keefe
Frank McHugh
Frank McHugh
Frank McHugh and Allen Jenkins
Frank McHugh and Allen Jenkins
Frank McHugh and Allen Jenkins
Frank McHugh and Allen Jenkins
Frank McHugh, Cornelius Keefe and Allen Jenkins
Frank McHugh, Cornelius Keefe and Allen Jenkins
Frank McHugh
Frank McHugh
Grant Mitchell
Grant Mitchell
Gus Robinson and Henry Stephenson
Gus Robinson and Henry Stephenson
Gus Robinson
Gus Robinson
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson and Frank McHugh
Henry Stephenson and Frank McHugh
Henry Stephenson and Vivienne Osborne
Henry Stephenson and Vivienne Osborne
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson
Henry Stephenson
Oscar Apfel
Oscar Apfel
Virginia Howell
Virginia Howell
Virginia Howell
Virginia Howell
Vivienne Osborne
Vivienne Osborne
Vivienne Osborne and Chester Morris
Vivienne Osborne and Chester Morris
Vivienne Osborne and Virginia Howell
Vivienne Osborne and Virginia Howell
Vivienne Osborne
Vivienne Osborne
Vivienne Osborne
Vivienne Osborne
Vivienne Osborne
Vivienne Osborne