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USA 1935
produced by
Republic Pictures (Winchester Pictures)
directed by Sam Newfield
starring William Boyd Lloyd Ingraham, Clarence Geldart, Sheila Terry, Eleanor Hunt, LeRoy Mason, Louis Natheaux

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Bill Boyd is reporter Steve Haines, hot on the trail of an crooked financier who has decided to leave the states on a cruise-boat - or has he ? Of course, as he took all his frauded money along on the ride, everybody wants a piece of him, but, during an amateur stage play, he is shot. Once dead, it turns out he wasn't the crooked financier at all but his equally crooked twin brother, but still suspects & motives pile up, & it is for reporter Boyd & captain Lloyd Ingraham to find the killer. Might it be actor Clarence Geldart, who was tricked out of his fortunes by the victim's brother ? His daughter Sheila Terry ? His former lover Eleanor Hunt ? Gangster LeRoy Mason ? Louis Natheaux, who stole the victim's money ? Someone completely different ? No, silly, it was of course  ... the captain, who we of course least suspected (well, apart from Boyd), & our ace reporter has it all sorted out in 61 minutes, & he even gets the girl (Sheila Terry).


Another one of these "I-never-thought-he-did-it"-whodunits, & not one of the better ones, because though the movie takes much of its running time to set up all ists relevant characters - the murder doesn't even take place 'till halfway through - it deliberately refuses to give the audience any information about the killer as character at all, making it more of a "I-never-thought-he-did-anything"- than "-did-it"-movie, but then again I might be overly critical, because on the other hand, once the murder actually took place (& it took some time before it did), the movie is rather well paced & even entertaining as a light murder mystery.

By the way, I love the title, it's actually one of my 3 all time favourite movie titles, the others being Burn-'em up Barnes & Rip Roaring Riley.

review © by Mike Haberfelner


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