The Invisible Killer (November 14, 1939)
Released on November 14, 1939: (running time 59 minutes) Someone is killing their enemies with only a phone call, and reprter Sue Walker helps her boyfriend Lieutenant Jerry Brown solve this sci-fi gangster murder mystery.
Produced by Sigmund Neufeld
Directed by Sam Newfield
Written by Maxwell Shane and Joseph O'Donnell
The Actors: Grace Bradley (Sue Walker, newspaper reporter), Jean Brooks (Gloria Cunningham), Roland Drew (Lieutenant Jerry Brown, Homicide Detective), William Newell (Detective Sergeant Pat Dugan, Brown's partner), Alex Callam (Arthur Enslee, attorney), Frank Coletti (Vani Martin, gangster), Sidney Grayler (Lefty Ross, gangster), Crane Whitley (District Attorney Richard Sutton), Boyd Irwin (Mr. Cunningham), David Oliver (Llewellyn Worchester, Sutton's valet), Harry Worth (Tyler, Sutton's secretary), Ernie Adams (Squint, croupier), Kernan Cripps (plainclothesman), John Elliott (gambler), Al Ferguson (detective guarding Tyler), Larry Steers (Sue's boss)
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Gambling Gangsters and the Cocky Crime Reporter
As our gangster adventure opens we join two homicide police detectives who get a phone call about the murder of one of the city’s three gambling gangsters. The two cops get in their police car to go to the crime scene, but on the way, with siren blaring, a car ahead of them refuses to pull over and let them pass it.
Inside the car is a cocky crime reporter, . . . A little five-foot one inch brunette lady who refuses to allow the police car to pass. Finally, the cops pull beside her as they continue to race through the busy city streets, and this dizzy dame taunts the cops and continues to get in their way. It seems that this feisty female is also on the way to the crime scene, and she is determined to arrive before the police.
The sassy lady newspaper reporter is played by Grace Bradley. Two years before filming this adventure, Grace met and soon married the man of her dreams. She first saw him at a movie theater in New York City. He was the leading man in a silent movie, and young Grace was immediately smitten by his screen presence. Grace went into show business and made her way to Hollywood and began acting in movies, but never met that leading man until one evening at a party she looked across the room and, . . . There He Was!
The two talked, sparks flew, and soon they were married, on June 5, 1937. In 1943 Grace would appear in her final big screen movie, deciding to devote the rest of her life to the love and support of her movie-star husband, William Boyd. As Hopalong Cassidy, William Boyd would make the most motion pictures about one character in movie history, a record that has not even been challenged to this day. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Alex Callam and Grace Bradley
Ernie Adams and Frank Coletti
Grace Bradley and Jean Brooks
Roland Drew, Frank Coletti and Alex Callam
Roland Drew and Grace Bradley