Charles Starrett

When a wealthy man is murdered at a costume party, each of the guests must be considered a suspect. Naturally, one of the guests is a mystery writer, and all of the other guests have what the police call "motive." The premise wasn't as tired, back in 1934, when this was made. This copy has improved audio, compared to other copies I have found. I cleaned it up a little bit.

A woman, her finace and a suspected murderer are shipwrecked together. Mystic Nights Videos

The infallible detective meets the perfect crime! A group of people gathered in an old mansion are being systematically murdered by a hooded killer. Another Chesterfield classic with Charles Starrett

Everyone thinks that bank teller Bob Hunter was a coward during a holdup, so he is fired and joins the R.C.M.P. and gets kicked out . . . it looks pretty bad for Bob . . .

An undercover cop woos the sister of the crime boss in order to infiltrate the gang.

A charming Chesterfield mystery starring 1930s/40s hero Charles Starrett. The owner of a large mansion in the country throws a costume party for some of his friends. However, the party turns sour when he is found stabbed to death in a closet. The police and a guest try to discover who committed the murder. Encoded for IPOD from a VHS master.

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