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

Time Out for Murder (1938) DVD-R

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Starring Michael Whalen, Gloria Stuart, Douglas Fowley, Robert Kellard,

Chick Chandler, Jean Rogers, Ruth Hussey

Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone



Print: black/white

Runtime: 61 min.

Genre: mystery

Print Quality: B



The first entry of "The Roving Reporters" finds bank clerk Johnny Martin

(Robert Kellard) arrested for the murder of Peggy Norton (Ruth Hussey).

With the aid of a pretty young bill collector, Margie Ross (Gloria Stuart),

Barney Callahan (Michael Whalen) and Snapper Dooln (Chick Chandler),

reporter and photographer for "The Clarion" newspaper, set out to show

that gangster Dutch Moran (Douglas Fowley) may have been involved.



 

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Starring Michael Whalen, Gloria Stuart, Douglas Fowley, Robert Kellard,
Chick Chandler, Jean Rogers, Ruth Hussey
Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone

Print: black/white
Runtime: 61 min.
Genre: mystery
Print Quality: B

The first entry of "The Roving Reporters" finds bank clerk Johnny Martin
(Robert Kellard) arrested for the murder of Peggy Norton (Ruth Hussey).
With the aid of a pretty young bill collector, Margie Ross (Gloria Stuart),
Barney Callahan (Michael Whalen) and Snapper Dooln (Chick Chandler),
reporter and photographer for "The Clarion" newspaper, set out to show
that gangster Dutch Moran (Douglas Fowley) may have been involved.

 

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