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Footsteps in the Night (1931)

A Honeymoon Adventure (original title)
An inventor and his new bride go on their honeymoon, only to be pursued by criminals after his latest invention.

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(screenplay) (as John Carstairs), (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Benita Hume ...
Peter Hannen ...
Peter Martin
Harold Huth ...
Walter Creason
Walter Armitage ...
Judson
Jack Lambert ...
Chauffeur
Polly Emery ...
Old Woman
Robert English ...
Mr. Harvey
Margery Binner ...
Josephine
Frances Rose Campbell ...
Janet
Fanny Wright ...
Old Woman
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An inventor and his new bride go on their honeymoon, only to be pursued by criminals after his latest invention.

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Crime | Drama

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9 May 1933 (USA)  »

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Footsteps in the Night  »

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1.20 : 1
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Very Stylish for 1931
13 February 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I just watched this on the new DVD release ..."Ealing Rarities Collection - Vol: 9".

It's another little gem in this excellent series. Each 2 disc set includes four movies...the others in this set being : "Meet Mr Lucifer", "Cheer Boys,Cheer" and "Whom the Gods Love".

It's a really nice, crisp print, much of it shot on location. A real look back into 1931.

To say that this was made only two years after the first talking picture, this movie has a really sharp quality in both picture and sound.

The two leads are appealing, especially Benita Hume. A stagey plot ?...maybe?...but it's a lovely and entertaining glimpse back into a very different world....sadly, gone forever !


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