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Grand Central Murder (1942)
What do you expect from a "B" movie? A little more...
Weak "Who-dun-it" storyline with volume of suspects emphasized over quality. Some were just cluttering up the set.
There were positives: Heflin was good, as was Patricia Dane, and Connie Gilchrist fine in support. Millard Mitchell added some fun. Ramon was interesting until he was pointlessly and unfortunately killed.
I try not to take these types of movies too seriously, but I was really let down by the ending. First, although the mysterious cause of death was an intriguing plot-point, the fact that Dane was electrocuted while showering yet was found fully-clothed and dry is maddeningly ridiculous. Second, an old man stuns a cop with single blow and out-runs 3 more? Seems strange that Dane would shower at a time like that, to begin with. And stranger still that the jilted daughter would agree to take a shower in the train car at the PI's suggestion.