The Dark Hour
The Dark Hour is a 1936 American film directed by Charles Lamont.
When Elsa Carson's (Irene Ware) Uncle, Henry Carson (William V. Mong), is found murdered there is no shortage of suspects. To start with these include her other Uncle, Charles Carson (Hobart Bosworth), her fiancé, Jim Landis (Ray Walker), who is investigating the case; her Aunt, Mrs. Tallman (Hedda Hopper); and Foot, the Butler (E.E. Clive).
|author||Ewart Adamson Sinclair Gluck The Last Trap|
|editor||Roland D. Reed|
|keywords||berton churchill e.e. clive hedda hopper hobart bosworth irene ware murder murder weapon mystery writer police detective ray walker retire william v. mong|
|producer||George R. Batcheller|