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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Blackmailer (1936) DVD-R

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Starring William Gargan, Florence Rice, H.B. Warner, Nana Bryant, George

McKay

Directed by Gordon Wiles



Print: black/white

Runtime: 66 min.

Genre: mystery

Print Quality: B



Amateur detective Peter Cornish (William Gargan) and dimwitted police

inspector Killian (Paul Hurst) combine forces to track down a blackmailer.

Cornish's interest in the case is more than professional: among those

being blackmailed is pretty heiress Joan Rankin (Florence Rice). The case

takes on a whole new coloring when the extortionist is murdered, and

Joan falls under suspicion. On the other hand, the guilty party could be

Nelson the butler (Wyrley Birch), who was being indirectly victimized by

the dead man. For the most part, Blackmailer is played for laughs,

presumably to keep the Hays Office from complaining that the picture was

too morbid.

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Starring William Gargan, Florence Rice, H.B. Warner, Nana Bryant, George
McKay
Directed by Gordon Wiles

Print: black/white
Runtime: 66 min.
Genre: mystery
Print Quality: B

Amateur detective Peter Cornish (William Gargan) and dimwitted police
inspector Killian (Paul Hurst) combine forces to track down a blackmailer.
Cornish's interest in the case is more than professional: among those
being blackmailed is pretty heiress Joan Rankin (Florence Rice). The case
takes on a whole new coloring when the extortionist is murdered, and
Joan falls under suspicion. On the other hand, the guilty party could be
Nelson the butler (Wyrley Birch), who was being indirectly victimized by
the dead man. For the most part, Blackmailer is played for laughs,
presumably to keep the Hays Office from complaining that the picture was
too morbid.

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