Murder is performed before the eyes of a dozen witnesses on a Hollywood motion-picture set when a killer switches a real gun for a prop gun during the filming of a dramatic sequence. Walt ... See full summary »

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Sydney Mason ...
Insp. J.J. Burke
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Walt Jameson (as Lewis G. Wilson)
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Director Frank Martin
Sherry Moreland ...
Karen Day
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Kemp the 'Propman'
Nancy Saunders ...
Margaret White
Bob Curtis ...
Producer Wilde
Rod Normond ...
Thomas Spencer
Tom Hubbard ...
Bill Arnold
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Bob Ferrell (as Ewing Brown)
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Murder is performed before the eyes of a dozen witnesses on a Hollywood motion-picture set when a killer switches a real gun for a prop gun during the filming of a dramatic sequence. Walt Jameson, Evening Star reporter, with a nose for news and eye for beauty---both blonde and brunette---is on the set when the murder occurs. James calls Craig Kennedy, Criminologist, and Police Inspector J. J. Burke, who become involved in a game of wits and another murder attempt when they order the killing scene re-enacted. Jameson's routine interview turns into a sensational scoop when Kennedy's trap reveals the murderer. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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1952 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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