Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (1934)

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Algy, Bulldog Drummond's right-hand-man, is getting married. Bulldog attends; on the way home, in the fog, he enters the (apparently deserted) mansion of Prince Achmed in search of a phone.... See full summary »

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23 January 2014 | binapiraeus
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| A real highlight of the series!
This is certainly an absolute highlight of the long and prolific 'career' of amateur sleuth Bulldog Drummond. A very clever story, not quite unlike Hitchcock's "The Lady Vanishes": a young woman knows someone is in great danger, but a very influential person has instructed everybody around her to tell her lies until she almost thinks she's crazy - and while in "The Lady Vanishes" it was Michael Redgrave, here of course it's charming, nonchalant and fearless Ronald Colman alias Bulldog Drummond who rushes to her aid - happy that he's stumbled upon a mysterious case again at last, while he was just about to 'retire' to Essex...

But this time the madness goes even further: while Drummond thinks he's got the girl in a safe place, she disappears - and when he manages to 'kidnap' her aunt in turn from the baddies and take her to his home, she disappears too - and now his old friend from Scotland Yard, Colonel Nielsen, thinks Bulldog's mad! But of course he's not...

So there's plenty of entertainment and examples of British humor here amidst the contrasting creepy, foggy night streets of London with mean faces lurking in the dark: Bulldog spoils his best friend Algie's wedding night asking to assist him in this strange case, and he doesn't let poor old Colonel Neilsen get a minute of sleep all night with his constant disturbances, who in turn threats he'll hang him someday...

In short, a real feast for every fan of classic murder mysteries with a good dose of humor - laughs as well as shudders guaranteed!

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