Cinema: The New Pictures: Jul. 18, 1932

Miss Pinkerton (First National) be longs to an excellent and recently neglected form of cinema entertainment. It is a mystery story which keeps a straight face. "Who killed Herbert Wynne?" is the question at the beginning. Mystery loves company and the murderer might have been: a butler with exaggerated hands, an old woman who lies grunting on her deathbed, a peeping-Tom physician, a mumbling housemaid, an arrogant young man, one of two immoral young girls, or a lawyer who wears pince-nez spectacles and casts a tremendously large shadow. On the other hand,...

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