A woman rents a gloomy basement apartment in Greenwich Village, thinking it will provide the perfect atmosphere for her mystery writer husband to create his next book. They soon find themselves in the middle of a real-life mystery when a corpse turns up in their apartment. Written by
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THE MOST MIRTHFUL MURDER MYSTERY IN YEARS! (original print ad-all caps)
10 December 1942 (USA)
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Two of the book titles that detective Donald MacBride reads out loud are "Murder in the Laundry" and "Murder in the Chop Suey Restaurant," a clear reference to Sidney Toler's alter ego, Charlie Chan." See more
Yeah, and you admit exchanging blows with him
There was no exchange. Only two blows were struck. He struck my husband. My husband struck the floor.
Spoofed in A Night to Dismember
March of the Wooden Soldiers
Composed by Victor Herbert
Several bars are heard in the scene with the rapier. See more