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Girl in Room 13 (1960)

A letter summons American detective Steve Marshall to Sao Paulo, Brazil, in search of fugitive murderess Louise Dunning. Marshall contacts Louise and learns that she murdered her husband ... See full summary »

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Steve Marshall
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Louise Dunning / Kitty Herman
Victor Merinow ...
Victor Marlow
Elizabeth Howard ...
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John Herbert ...
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Dionísio Azevedo ...
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Mário Benvenutti
Leo de Avelar
Harry Dukat
Ari Ferreira
Marlene França
Flora Geny
Pedro Paulo Hatheyer
Carmen Marinho
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A letter summons American detective Steve Marshall to Sao Paulo, Brazil, in search of fugitive murderess Louise Dunning. Marshall contacts Louise and learns that she murdered her husband only in self-defense. In the meantime, Marshall is set up as a pawn in a counterfeiting ring (they were the ones who sent him the letter), and unwittingly helps the police capture the criminals. Louise decides to remain in Brazil. Written by Mark Holcomb <mholcomb@europa.com>

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18 May 1967 (Mexico)  »

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A Moça do Quarto 13  »

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solid detective film, with Brian Donlevy in Brazil
1 December 2002 | by (south Texas USA) – See all my reviews

The last directorial credit of Richard Cunha (of Frankenstein's Daughter fame), this plays a lot like a color, Brazilian-set version of some of those early-50s syndicated TV detective shows with established stars such as George Raft or Cesar Romero, which makes sense since Mr. Cunha worked in early 50s TV. The always-reliable Brian Donlevy brings his usual gruff authority to the role of a US detective sent to Brazil to find an woman accused of a crime in the US who has assumed another identity in Brazil. He finds her eventually, but first gets sucked into a criminal plot and meets a mysterious but attractive British lady (at least she speaks with a British accent!) with whom he gets involved. A USA/Brazilian co-production, GIRL IN ROOM 13 benefits from the Brazilian setting, and most of the characters except for Donlevy and three others are Brazilian. The pacing is rather TV-show-like, but there are enough double-crosses and detective-film conventions to keep you watching, and of course Donlevy's understated yet strong presence, the element that holds the film together. A shame Mr. Cunha did not direct more films in the crime/detective genre, as GIRL IN ROOM 13 is a pleasant way to spend 90 minutes on a rainy day. (Don't know if this has ever been on video--mine is taped off a UHF station in the late 80s)


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