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The Blue Landscape 

French Inspector Mondreau investigates the murder of an unknown artist and the theft of a masterpiece aided by a beautiful insurance investigator.

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Adelaide Manning
Walter Kingsford ...
Andrew Holt
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Mme. Carpentier
John Mylong ...
Comte De Monpellier
Irene Seidner ...
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A famous painting called "The Blue Landscape" has been stolen and replaced with a forgery. Inspector Mondeau teams with an Insurance agent Adelaide to investigate the theft. When a suspected artist shows up dead, they realize that they are dealing with more than just a thief. Written by ekvaughan

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10 December 1955 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Peter Lorre's first wife, Celia Lovsky, appears as an art dealer. Divorced 10 years at the time, the two remained close friends for the rest of his life. This marks the only time they acted professionally together in film. See more »

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Inspector Andre Mondeau: [Viewing the forged painting] Is this the substitution?
Roger Bannay: It's pretty wretched, isn't it?
Inspector Andre Mondeau: [Drolly] It's not pretty; it's merely wretched.
Roger Bannay: Does the Surete really believe I engineered this theft?
Inspector Andre Mondeau: Well, you know, don't you, that in France one is guilty until proven innocent.
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