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|Two in the Dark|
|Directed by||Benjamin Stoloff|
|Written by||Gelett Burgess|
|Screenplay by||Willis Goldbeck|
Seton I. Miller
|Based on||Two O'Clock Courage (novel)|
|Produced by||Zion Myers|
|Edited by||George Crone|
|Music by||Alberto Colombo|
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
|January 10, 1936|
Two in the Dark is a 1936 mystery film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and starring Walter Abel, Margot Grahame, Wallace Ford, Gail Patrick, and Alan Hale. The screenplay concerns an amnesiac suspected of murder.
Wandering around in the darkness, an amnesiac (Walter Abel) has the feeling that he's murdered someone. He reads that a theatrical producer has been killed and he thinks that he's guilty. However, unemployed actress Marie Smith (Margot Grahame), whom he meets while wandering around the park, isn't convinced, so she helps him reconstruct the clues and find the killer.
- Walter Abel as Ford Adams
- Margot Grahame as Marie Smith
- Wallace Ford as Harry Hillyer
- Gail Patrick as Irene Lassiter
- Alan Hale as Police Inspector Florio
- Leslie Fenton as Stuart Eldredge
- Eric Blore as Edmund Fish
- Erin O'Brien-Moore as Olga Konar
- Erik Rhodes as Carlo Gheet
- J. Carrol Naish as Burt Mansfield
- Addison Randall as Duke Reed
- Ward Bond as Policeman in Park
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