Jeff is hired to look into attempts on actress Kay Donnelly's life but her sudden suicide leaves him with questions. The rooming house where she lived seems to be full of suspects except ... See full summary »

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Louis Quinn ...
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Jean Blake Fleming ...
Ellie Hayes (as Jean Blake)
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Paula Harding
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Mrs. Wetherby
Kaye Elhardt ...
Kay Donnelly
Nancy Valentine ...
Rhonda Saxon
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Steve Lucy
Christine Nelson ...
Marge Leland
Byron Keith ...
Joel Lawrence ...
Derek Rand
Howard McLeod ...
Johnny Kamsler
Kay Stewart ...
Mrs. Donnelly
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Jeff is hired to look into attempts on actress Kay Donnelly's life but her sudden suicide leaves him with questions. The rooming house where she lived seems to be full of suspects except for the wisecracking Marge. An secret marriage points to a killer. Written by rharlan58

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26 February 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Jeff Spencer: Would there anybody in her room right now? I'd like to check it.
Marge Leland: No men are allowed above the first floor.
Jeff Spencer: Think of me as an impartial observer not a man.
Marge Leland: I'll try but it won't be easy.
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Stage Door goes west
17 March 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This bit of work for Jeff Spencer came involved with a lot of fringe benefits. He's given a retainer by Kay Stewart to keep an eye on her daughter because she thinks someone is trying to kill her. Roger Smith goes incognito to an awards event in the guise of a producer. But after the ceremony Kaye Elhardt is shot to death and the cops are calling it suicide.

If some of this sounds very familiar the principals all live in a boardinghouse for young Hollywood hopefuls a whole lot like the one that Katharine Hepburn and the rest lived in Stage Door. Some plot elements are present in this story.

But of course there's murder here and a real suicide in the RKO classic. The murderer in fact is a real piece of work, you have to see it to believe it.


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