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The Rogues' Tavern (1936)

 -  Mystery  -  4 June 1936 (USA)
5.2
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A mad killer is on the loose in a hotel on a dark, gloomy night.

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(as Bob Hill)

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(original screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Wallace Ford ...
Jimmy Kelly
Barbara Pepper ...
Marjorie Burns
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Gloria Robloff
Clara Kimball Young ...
Mrs. Jamison
Jack Mulhall ...
Bill
John Elliott ...
Mr. Jamison
Earl Dwire ...
Morgan
John Cowell ...
Hughes (as John W. Cowell)
Vincent Dennis ...
Bert
Arthur Loft ...
Wentworth
Ivo Henderson ...
Harrison
Ed Cassidy ...
Mason
Silver Wolf ...
Silver Wolf
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A mad killer is on the loose in a hotel on a dark, gloomy night.

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Weird Happenings In a Sinister Roadside Inn! See more »

Genres:

Mystery

Certificate:

Approved
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4 June 1936 (USA)  »

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(uncut)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Trivia

When Mrs. Jamison (Clara Kimball Young) has her speech at the end of the film, a photograph of the younger Clara Kimball Young is visible behind her. See more »

Goofs

When Kelly is telling Mrs Jamison about the dog cutting the telephone wires, Gloria is holding onto Mrs Jamison's arms. In the immediate next shot, Gloria's arms are by her side. See more »

Quotes

Gloria Robloff: [Harrison's been attacked and is dying] The cards DIDN'T lie.
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Remade as The Black Raven (1943) See more »

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another dark and stormy night
6 February 2004 | by (Glen Cove, New York) – See all my reviews

Dancing around the code a couple of Store detectives shop up at a tavern on a dark and stormy night looking for a justice of the peace to marry them. Unfortunately for them the Justice hasn't arrived but a hotel full of people have, as has a murderer.

This is a good is a tiny bit slow (Due more to lack of music than plotting)thriller. This is a movie that for a while operates like Ten Little Indians as several of the guests are killed by a wolf dog, or so we are to believe.

The mystery is thick and its not entirely fair however the dialog is snappy and a joy to listen to. There are sliding panels and weird happenings and everything you could want from an old dark house mystery.

No its not perfect but it is fun.

If you get the chance watch it, preferably on a dark and stormy night....when the wolves are howling outside....


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