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Dinner at the Ritz (1937)

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The daughter of a murdered financier is working as a jewelry salesperson while she tracks those among her father's colleagues who plotted against him.

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Romney Brent ...
Francis L. Sullivan ...
Stewart Rome ...
Racine
Frederick Leister ...
Tarade
William Dewhurst ...
Devine
Tyrell Davis ...
Duval (as Tyrrell Davis)
Vivienne Chatterton ...
Marthe
Ronald Shiner ...
Sydney
Nora Swinburne ...
Lady Railton
Raymond Huntley ...
Gibout
Ralph Truman ...
Auctioneer
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The daughter of a murdered financier is working as a jewelry salesperson while she tracks those among her father's colleagues who plotted against him.

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Crime | Mystery | Romance

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26 November 1937 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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Dialogue and pace are the pluses here

Entertaining mystery for 30s film fans with decent dialogue and a plot that moves along smartly. Although predictable, the plot elements seem logical. David Niven is his usual charming self, and handles his confused love interest with a believable flair. One `groaner' moment near the end when the bad guy doesn't do you-know-what.


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