In their third and last teaming, Bill Crane and Doc Williams visit a country estate to investigate threatening letters from the mysterious 'Eye.'

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(as Al Rogell)

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Dawn Day aka Minnie Schultz
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Carla Rodriguez
E.E. Clive ...
Major Barclay
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Linda Essex
Raymond Parker ...
John Essex (as Ray Parker)
Robert Paige ...
Tony Henderson (as Robert Page)
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Higgs the Butler
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Paul Gomez
Crane Whitley ...
Detective Slocumbe (as Clem Wilencheck)
Orville Caldwell ...
Inspector Wilson
Richard Lane ...
Steve Felson
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In their third and last teaming, Bill Crane and Doc Williams visit a country estate to investigate threatening letters from the mysterious 'Eye.'

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6 January 1939 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Dead Don't Care  »

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(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

Universal's 7th Crime Club Mystery. In 1937, Universal had entered into a deal with the pulp mystery publisher to produce up to 4 of it's novels annually as B-pictures. A total of 11 were actually produced. See more »

Quotes

Doc Williams: What were you doing the night those shots were fired at Essex?
Dawn Day: I was busy reloading the gun.
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Connections

Follows The Westland Case (1937) See more »

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An excellent mystery!
21 January 2002 | by (S. Bound Brook, NJ.) – See all my reviews

A very clever and interesting mystery! It's great fun to watch the 2 detectives insult (and make fun of) stuffy butlers and British Majors, etc.

The method of the killings is extremely clever; the viewer will never guess how it was done!

Also, Joyce Compton (finally!) plays a sexy starlet, instead of her usual "dizzy broad" role.

Norm Vogel


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