Candles at Nine (January 1, 1944)

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Candles at Nine
 

Released on January 1, 1944: A young girl must survive a month in the dark and spooky Breaks Mansion with 6 greedy relatives and a creepy housekeeper in order to inherit the mansion and a fortune.

Produced by Wallace Orton

Directed by John Harlow

The Actors: Eliot Makeham (Everard Hope), Beatrix Lehmann (Julia Carberry, Everard's housekeeper), John Salew (Griggs, Everard's butler), Joss Ambler (Garth Hope), Vera Bogetti (Lucille Hope, Garth's wife), Andre Van Gyseghem (Cecil Tempest), Winifred Shotter (Brenda Tempest, Cecil's wife), Reginald Purdell (Charles Lacey), Hugh Dempster (Hugh Lacey), Jessie Matthews (Dorothea Capper, the heiress), John Stuart (William Gordon, Turf Commission), Ernest Butcher (Everard's gardener), C. Denier Warren (Middleton the executor), Patricia Hayes (Gwendolyn the maid), Gerry Wilmot (Mr. Jarvis, master of ceremonies), Guy Fielding (Maurice, Capper's dance partner), James Knight (air raid warden), Charles Paton (stage door keeper), Julian Vedey (Tony the barman)

 

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The Mansion of Murder

Old man Hope is wealthy, and has a devilish sarcastic wit. He got his money many years ago when his brother fell mysteriously out of an upstairs window and perished. Now he is ready to die, and there are six poor relatives who all hope to inherit his wealth. He also has a long-serving butler who hopes to get some money, and then there is Julia. . . . Julia is the mansion housekeeper, and one look at her dour face and we know that she has seldom been up to anything good. All six of the poor relatives have been invited to the mansion called Breaks to hear about the new will he will be making in the morning. Unfortunately during the night the old codger falls down the stairs and dies. . . . And at the reading of the will all of the six relatives, and Julia the creepy housekeeper, discover that none of them will inherit the old man’s wealth. Instead all of his money and the mansion called Breaks will go to a young girl who no one knows . . . . Miss Capper, a wanna be stage and singing star. . . . But there is one ‘condition’ that the young lady must meet before getting all the money. . . . She must move into the Breaks mansion and live there for one month. . . . The solicitor asks the housekeeper is she will remain when the young girl moves into the mansion of death, and the housekeeper responds that she will surely ‘take care’ of the new mistress. When the young lady arrives at the Breaks mansion she discovers that old man Hope always insisted that the electricity be shut off and candles be lit at 9pm every evening. Julia the creepy housekeeper proclaims that she likes the dark . . . . Shadows are her friends. . . . Fortunately the young heiress meets a former C.I.D. investigator who will try to help her survive her month in the darkness of the mansion called Breaks. Mr. Gordon the retired detective will stay across the hall from the heiress and protect her. Unfortunately detective Gordon disappears and the young heiress is alone in the dark mansion with the housekeeper of doom and the butler of mystery. Evil people have lived in the Breaks mansion, and evil people have died in the Breaks mansion. . . . . More will die before the story has ended. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn drizzled with warm melted butter and enjoy the show.

Beatrix Lehmann as Julia the housekeeper
Beatrix Lehmann as Julia the housekeeper
Jessie Matthews peers through the hole in the door
Jessie Matthews peers through the hole in the door
Andre Van Gyseghem and Winifred Shotter
Andre Van Gyseghem and Winifred Shotter
Andre Van Gyseghem
Andre Van Gyseghem
Beatrix Lehmann
Beatrix Lehmann
Beatrix Lehmann and John Salew
Beatrix Lehmann and John Salew
Beatrix Lehmann
Beatrix Lehmann
Beatrix Lehmann and Jessie Matthews
Beatrix Lehmann and Jessie Matthews
Beatrix Lehmann
Beatrix Lehmann
Eliot Makeham
Eliot Makeham
Ernest Butcher and John Stuart
Ernest Butcher and John Stuart
Ernest Butcher
Ernest Butcher
Gerry Wilmot
Gerry Wilmot
Hugh Dempster, Beatrix Lehmann and Reginald Purdell
Hugh Dempster, Beatrix Lehmann and Reginald Purdell
Hugh Dempster, Jessie Matthews and Reginald Purdell
Hugh Dempster, Jessie Matthews and Reginald Purdell
Hugh Dempster and Reginald Purdell
Hugh Dempster and Reginald Purdell
Hugh Dempster and Reginald Purdell
Hugh Dempster and Reginald Purdell
Jessie Matthews
Jessie Matthews
Jessie Matthews and Andre Van Gyseghem
Jessie Matthews and Andre Van Gyseghem
Jessie Matthews and Beatrix Lehmann
Jessie Matthews and Beatrix Lehmann
Jessie Matthews and Reginald Purdell
Jessie Matthews and Reginald Purdell
Jessie Matthews
Jessie Matthews
John Salew
John Salew
John Stuart
John Stuart
John Stuart and Jessie Matthews
John Stuart and Jessie Matthews
John Stuart and John Salew
John Stuart and John Salew
John Stuart
John Stuart
Joss Ambler and C. Denier Warren
Joss Ambler and C. Denier Warren
Joss Ambler and Vera Bogetti
Joss Ambler and Vera Bogetti
Joss Ambler and Vera Bogetti
Joss Ambler and Vera Bogetti
Joss Ambler
Joss Ambler
Julian Vedey, Jessie Matthews and Reginald Purdell
Julian Vedey, Jessie Matthews and Reginald Purdell
Julian Vedey
Julian Vedey
Patricia Hayes
Patricia Hayes
Reginald Purdell
Reginald Purdell
Vera Bogetti and Andre Van Gyseghem
Vera Bogetti and Andre Van Gyseghem
Vera Bogetti and Winifred Shotter
Vera Bogetti and Winifred Shotter
Winifred Shotter
Winifred Shotter