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Jennifer Hale (1937)

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(as Bernerd Mainwaring)

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(scenario), (novel) | 1 more credit »
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Rene Ray ... Jennifer Hale
... Richard Severn
... Police Inspector Merton
Paul Blake ... Norman Ives
Frank Birch ... Sharman
Richard Parry ... James Watson
Ernest Sefton ... Police Sergeant Owen
Phil Thomas
Joe Monkhouse
Ray Ellis ... (as Raymond Ellis)
Kaye Seeley ... Mr. Joyce
Dominick Sterlini ... (as Sterlini)
... Maisie Brewer
Molly Raynor ... Constance Hall
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17 January 1938 (UK)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Dull Murder Mystery
13 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

Rene Ray is Jennifer Hale, a chorus girl who is wanted for questioning by the police in the murder of a theatrical producer. She flees to Manchester and under an assumed name, becomes a taxi dancer, where architect Ballard Berkley meets her and falls in love with her.

It's a murder mystery, but about three quarters of it is taken up with Miss Ray's perfectly harmless actions in Manchester. Her flight and hiding is intended to make the movie-watcher suspect her; her ordinary demeanor makes it unlikely. John Longden as the suave Scotland Yard inspector shows up on the screen occasionally to explain what has actually happened.

It's a bare-bones quota quickie, without much detail to make it more interesting. Miss Ray is pretty, Mr. Berkley is handsome and smitten, and the entire solution of the case takes only a few minutes.


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