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Monte Carlo Nights (1934)

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A man wrongfully convicted of murder escapes custody and goes in search of the real killer. The problem is that he only has one clue to go on.



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Cast overview:
Mary Brian ...
Mary Vernon
John Darrow ...
Larry Sturgis
Yola d'Avril ...
Astrid Allwyn ...
Blondie Roberts
Inspector Nick Gunby (as George Hayes)
Kate Campbell ...
Aunt Emma
Robert Frazer ...
Jim Daggett
Carl Stockdale ...
Charles Brandon
George Cleveland ...
Billie Van Every ...


A man wrongfully convicted of murder escapes custody and goes in search of the real killer. The problem is that he only has one clue to go on.

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Release Date:

20 May 1934 (USA)  »

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Numbers of Monte Carlo  »

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Sound Mix:

(Balsley and Phillips Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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During a roulette sequence, one of the croupiers calls out, "13-even." Thirteen is an odd number. See more »

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30 March 2007 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Well! I like this film and here's why: it is very well made, it has two excellent good looking stars in beautiful Mary Bryant and handsome John Darrow, it is MODERN as a 1934 pic can be, it is actually interesting, a lot of care is evident s the casting and costumes... and the art direction, set design and budget is clearly on show on screen. Best of all for me is that it is a 1934 Monogram Picture and this little film company started in 1931 as a very low rung indie was really getting up into big theatrical bookings and excellent box office success. This is a good small film with very strong screen cred. It comes from a small pulp fiction dime novel whodunit by schlockmeister E Phillips Oppenheim who possible ground out dozens of mystery thrillers in the 20s. Like KING KELLY OF THE USA made the same year at Monogram, it is a calling card to big chain theaters: this little film company was striving to please; and this film does in the ways described above. And at 60 minutes or so, it would have been booked everywhere and very profitable.... as I said on the KELLY comments... no wonder big bad wolf Herbert J Yates was waiting to gobble them up into Republic Pictures the next year, as he did, until Monogram wriggled free in 1937 and rattled on until 1988 (as Allied Artists). This is antique talkie fun... and very well made.

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