There are plenty of guilty secrets at the school where Hildegarde Withers teaches. When she finds the body of the pretty music teacher, she calls in her old friend Inspector Piper, who promptly arrests the obvious suspect. Clues multiply and everyone looks suspicious as Piper and Miss Withers continue their battle of the sexes. Written by
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Edgar Kennedy returns as the slow-thinking Donovan although he seems to have been promoted to Detective Sergeant. In both films he is knocked unconscious. In "The Penguin Pool Murders" in a bathroom and here in a cellar. Kennedy's iconic bald pate is visible although in the first film his head was shaved. See more
Two wide-mouthed bottles appear out of nowhere on Miss Halloran's desk as Miss Withers searches it. See more
Unfortunately the police, although they may be fools, they're not sentimental fools.
Followed by A Very Missing Person
The Sidewalks of New York
Music by Charles Lawlor
Played after the credits See more