Quiet Please, Murder (1942) DVD

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Quiet Please, Murder (1942)


John Larkin    


John Larkin (screenplay),  Lawrence G. Blochman (story)    


George SandersGail PatrickRichard Denning
A public library at night is the setting for this fast-moving crime caper. George Sanders is a gentleman crook specializing in selling forgeries of rare books. In the company of phony policemen, Sanders enters the library unmolested and pilfers a priceless Shakespeare folio in order to expedite his operation. The criminal's girl friend/accomplice Gail Patrick is willing to go along with the crime until Sanders begins displaying a homicidal streak. She calls in a detective (Richard Denning) to foil the criminal. A murder or two later, Sanders is tracked down amidst the dark, forbidding library shelves. It's no small trick to make a library exciting, but Quiet Please, Murder pulls this off with speed and economy.

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    Posted by doug p on Dec 26th 2015

    Nifty little murder/crime caper set in library. Moody setting,rare books very bad guys. Well acted,good production values, Love these little b mysteries. Recommended Doug

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