Seven Doors to Death (1944)

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A shot rings out in a darkened apartment; a woman screams and flees, tricking architect Jimmy McMillan into giving her a ride. McMillan returns and finds a body; but the police find a ... See full summary »

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  • Chick Chandler and June Clyde in Seven Doors to Death (1944)
  • Rebel Randall, Chick Chandler, and June Clyde in Seven Doors to Death (1944)
  • Rebel Randall, Chick Chandler, and June Clyde in Seven Doors to Death (1944)
  • Chick Chandler and June Clyde in Seven Doors to Death (1944)
  • Rebel Randall, Chick Chandler, June Clyde, and Gregory Gaye in Seven Doors to Death (1944)

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6 March 2008 | Handlinghandel
5
| Everything but the kitchen sink ...
... And less! This starts out kind of nicely. A woman screams in the dark. (The whole thing was dark in the print I saw. It was not only hard to see but also hard to hear.) People then rush about. A couple suspects are immediately established. But it's downhill from there. We have mad scientists. We have mummies. We have everything but a coherent plot.

On the other hand, the major players are good. Chick Chandler is pretty decent as the male lead. (I can't call him a noir protagonist: Though this is a PRC movie clearly done very cheaply, it is not film noir.) June Cylde is good, too. And the other female lead is also. And hat a name the actress went by: Rebel Randall!

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Release Date:

16 August 1944

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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