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MGM adaptation of S. S. Van Dine's Philo Vance novel "The Casino Murder Case." Philo Vance receives an anonymous letter warning of deadly danger to the wealthy Llewellyn family heir, Lynn. Eccentric widow Priscilla Llewellyn presides over a society family filled with greed, ego and unhappy marriage. Her secretary Doris (Rosalind Russell) becomes romatically involved with Vance (Paul Lukas), and the two are soon entangled in a mystery of murder and attempted murder involving poison and heavy water experiments.

Comic relief is supplied by Ted Healy, who assumes the series role of bumbling homicide detective Sgt. Heath, Eric Blore as Vance's butler Currie, and Louise Fazenda as the Llewellyn maid Becky.

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Ted Healy (Solo)
Release Date
March 13, 1935
Production Type
Feature Film
82.4 min.
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Shooting Days:   20 days   From: 1935-01-11   To: 1935-02-02

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