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Mystery Broadcast (1943)

A radio detective sets out to solve an old murder case, with the help of her sound man and another radio detective. They manage to talk to the people involved in the case, but shortly afterwards the main suspects turn up dead.

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Michael Jerome
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Jan Cornell
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Eve Stanley
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Arthur J. Stanley
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Smitty
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Bill Burton
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Chief Daniels
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Mida Kent
Francis Pierlot ...
Crunch
Ken Carpenter ...
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Emmett Vogan ...
Don Fletcher
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A radio detective sets out to solve an old murder case, with the help of her sound man and another radio detective. They manage to talk to the people involved in the case, but shortly afterwards the main suspects turn up dead.

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murder | radio show | See All (2) »

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Mystery

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23 November 1943 (USA)  »

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(edited)

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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A Good Solid "B" Whodunnit
15 August 1999 | by (West Virginia) – See all my reviews

There's much to enjoy in this very good example of a "B" movie whodunnit. It's fun trying to figure out who the killer is as things move along toward the final climatic scene.

The female writer of a radio series about unsolved crimes makes an on-air announcement that during next week's show she will solve an old murder mystery and expose the murderer on-air. Following along with her as she searches for clues to the murderers identity while two other people also get murdered by the same killer is just plain good old fashioned fun. Enjoy....


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