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

The Crime Nobody Saw (1937) DVD-R

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Starring Lew Ayres, Ruth Coleman, Eugene Pallette, Benny Baker,

Vivienne Osborne, Hattie McDaniel

Directed by Charles Barton



Print: black/white

Runtime: 63 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Three play-authors, Horace Dryden, Nick Milburn and "Babe" Lawton, are

in an apartment seeking a plot for a new play. They are still on Page 1

when an intoxicated man wanders into their room, collapses and they,

looking for identification, find $15,000 in his pockets. On the assumption

that me might be a blackmailer, the three decide to build a scenario

around him. Thinks become a bit more involved when the man is later

found to be murdered.



 

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Starring Lew Ayres, Ruth Coleman, Eugene Pallette, Benny Baker,
Vivienne Osborne, Hattie McDaniel
Directed by Charles Barton

Print: black/white
Runtime: 63 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Three play-authors, Horace Dryden, Nick Milburn and "Babe" Lawton, are
in an apartment seeking a plot for a new play. They are still on Page 1
when an intoxicated man wanders into their room, collapses and they,
looking for identification, find $15,000 in his pockets. On the assumption
that me might be a blackmailer, the three decide to build a scenario
around him. Thinks become a bit more involved when the man is later
found to be murdered.

 

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