Approved | | Drama, Mystery, Romance
Occupants of a London boarding house become suspects as a string of murders are discovered.
Based on Frank Vosper's play "Murder on the Second Floor," which opened on Broadway at the Eltinge Theatre on September 11, 1929, running for 45 performances. The play marked Laurence Olivier's New York stage debut in the role of Hugh Bromilow, portrayed by Bruce Lester in the film version.
(at around 37 mins) A constable has a notepad and pencil in his hands writing down details as he questions two ladies and a gentlemen. As the ladies go downstairs, the constable tucks the notepad in his belt as he briefly turns his back to the camera, watching the ladies leave. He immediately turns back to the camera to question the gentleman and now has the notepad and pencil in his hands as before, without reaching for it in his belt.
Opening credits prologue: LONDON 1937
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