Heiress Helen Fielding has dumped the shady Lew Covey for reporter Bill Summers. Chomping at the bit to get his hands on Helen's inheritance, Covey comes up with a scheme to do just that, ... See full summary »
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Niel Webster ...
Pierre Touissant
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Beefus - Touissant's Chauffeur
Laurence Criner ...
Roger Fielding
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Helen Fielding
Vernon McCalla ...
Dr. Webb
Monte Hawley ...
Dr. Hugh Leonard (as Monty Hawley)
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Hickson (as Reggie Fenderson)
Jack Carr ...
Lew Covey
Jess Lee Brooks ...
Bill Summers
Edward Thompson ...
Sgt. Adams
Earle Hall ...
Jefferson
Harry Levette ...
Thomas
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Heiress Helen Fielding has dumped the shady Lew Covey for reporter Bill Summers. Chomping at the bit to get his hands on Helen's inheritance, Covey comes up with a scheme to do just that, involving spiritualists, fortune tellers and "visits" from Helen's dead father. However, when Covey winds up dead in Helen's room, suspicion falls on Bill Summers as the killer. Complications ensue. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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15 October 1940 (USA)  »

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Condemned Men  »

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The 17 Year Old Dorothy Dandridge
8 April 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

After acting alongside of Ray Milland in 1940, the 17 year old Dorothy Dandridge went on to act in this rather mediocre film titled 'Four Shall Die'. I still think that Dandridge was very lucky to act in Hollywood films during her teens at this stage in America's bleak history.


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