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In London, a secret society led by lawyer Thaddeus Merrydew collects the assets of any of its deceased members and divides them among the remaining members.

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Society members start dropping A gentleman is shot dead in his study. The police come in to solve the crime. A young detective weaves his way through danger and an intricate set of clues to catch the killer. Watch for Lamont Cranston assumes his secret identity as "The Shadow", to break up an attempted robbery at an attorney's office. When the police search the scene, Cranston must assume the identity of Suspected crime boss Nate Girard beats a murder rap, and newspaper photographer Kent Murdock is on the story.

Girard and lawyer Redfield throw a party for the news men where Murdock Wealthy Mr. Kennedy shoots his secretary, Channing, during a parlor game, but it turns out the gun was loaded with real bullets. Luckily, criminologist Phillip Montrose is on hand to help the police.

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When Kennedy quickly ends up dead as well, the police think it's a tidy murder-suicide, but the family lawyer knows of a letter that voiced Kennedy's suspicions about someone who was out to get him. Soon, the cops are on the trail of a ruthless and clever killer who is one step ahead of even Montrose. Written by D Jensen.

The opening shots of this film are blurry with undefined shapes and objects, however suddenly a light is switched on and the change in lighting brings about sharper and more detailed images. The lighting techniques in the opening sequence are an indication of things to come in the film. It is an early experiment with lighting and varying the contrast levels from shot to shot. In some shots there are plenty of grey hues and details are easy to make out, while in other shots the faces and clothes of the characters are blown out to white. The blowing out to white is used most effectively when Aileen Pringle is interrogated by investigations - as her facial features can hardly be made out, it is hard for us as viewers to tell whether or not she is lying.

However, other than interesting lighting and camera techniques, the rest of the film is pretty flat. The mystery at the heart of the film is intriguing, but it is never really involving since the film lacks strong character development. Robert Elliott plays his hard-boiled detective as a one-dimensional stereotype too, which makes it hard to want to root for him and his desire to solve the mystery at hand.

As an early sound film, the audio quality is not too great, with a bit too much atmospheric sound and perhaps some music could have helped. However, the timing of when a character says "and he fired" followed by a bang, and the timing between dialling for the police and a sudden siren sound, show that some thought was indeed put into what the film was going to sound like it.

It is a flawed film, but other than a blatantly contrived ending it makes quite satisfactory viewing, and the lighting work is simply fascinating. Explore popular and recently added TV series available to stream now with Prime Video. Start your free trial.

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Death Tolls A Requiem. The 13th Floor. The Mark of Cain.

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Red Wheels. The Line Is Dead. Death Across the Board. Murder Out Of Mind. Death's Worshipper. We Who Are About to Die. The Black Curtain. The Ape Song. The Man with The Black Beard. Death Ship. Fatal Interruption. The Dispossessed. The Black Swan. Island of The Dead. The Dark Chamber. Death Is No End. The Dark Cellar. Murder Is Not Enough.

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The Face of The Dragon. The Man Who Died Again. City Morgue. The Corridor of Doom. Glory Train. A Week Ago Wednesday. The Living Dead. The Face. With Berry Kroeger. Terror Out of Space.

Murder's A Lonely Business. The story, which proves that company in crime doesn't pay, stars Wendell Holmes and Helen Shields. The Thirteenth Floor. The Man With the Black Beard.

The Outcast. Death's Worshiper. The actors involved, Charlotte Holland and Alan Hewett, show how realistic the scene can be when the action starts. The Island Of the Dead. Corridor Of Doom. Title Unknown. The Face Of the Dragon. Dead Man's Turn. Memory Of the Dead. The Mark Of Cain. Now on to the show my review was intended for, to see what you won't let idjits do there too. Reviewer: jtyroler - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - March 26, Subject: Great, campy mystery program! The writing is pretty good, even if several of the episodes are reworking of existing works.

The thing that I love about this show is when the deep voice says, "Murder at Midnight". If there's any mention of the time, especially if it's really late at night, you can expect you know what to happen - after all, it's in the title. Reviewer: marooned2 - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - April 18, Subject: Suprisingly good This is such a nice show.

Amazing acting and script. I enjoyed almost every episodes. I dare say it was ahead of its time. Many characters and situations later became the main ingredients of many Hollywood thriller or slasher movies. Some episodes don't have a "proper" finale good vs evil guys so it makes this show even more realistic. Of course, some episodes suffer from too much irrational or illogical elements, but, all in all. Very dark, chilling and engaging. Highly recommended.

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Reviewer: dreibel50 - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - February 28, Subject: excellent little show for a small syndicated production, there's a lot to like - strong scripts, wonderful acting, and an overall noirish atmosphere makes for a great listen. The show's producer, Anton M. Its silly at times, but always camp.

Much more "noir" than "Inner Sanctum", it takes the hardboiled approach to the supernatural.