Thursday, July 31, 2014

Sanction To Slaughter by Jack Garside

Nick Carter Rips Through A Nest Of Spies
To Hunt A Ruthless Assassin!

Killmaster  #250
Canada is split into two hostile camps. Quebec's left-wing separatists are threatening the prime minister with a bloody secession from the Canadian state. The political scene explodes into an inferno when separatist leader Giles Parisant is cut down by an assassin bullet. The Mounties number one suspect is the prime minister's son. Only one man can pull the nation from the brink of civil war, Nick Carter. Racing against a deadline where one  mistake spells failure, Nick works around the clock to sniff out Parisant's killer, a demonically manipulator who's dug in so deep only Agent N3 can smell his special sent of evil.

Printing History
Written by Jack Garside (1924- )

Berkley Publishing Group
Jove Books
Published by arrangement with The Conde Nast Publications, Inc.
ISBN 515 10034
June 1989

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

The Kiss Of Death (1947)

Story revolves around a former robber played by Victor Mature and the ruthless, 
violent Tommy Udo, played by Richard Widmark

  Narrated by Nettie. On Christmas Eve, down-on-his-luck Nick Bianco, an ex-convict, and his three cohorts rob a jewelry store located on an upper floor of a New York skyscraper. Before they can exit the building, however, the proprietor sets off his alarm. While attempting to escape, Nick assaults a policeman, but is wounded in the leg and arrested. The Assistant DA tries to persuade Nick to name his accomplices in exchange for a light sentence. Confident that his lawyer and cohorts will look after his wife and two young daughters while he is incarcerated, Nick refuses and is given a twenty-year sentence. Three years later, at Sing Sing Prison, He learns that his wife has committed suicide, and his daughters have been sent to an orphanage. He later finds her obituary in the newspaper and learns his wife had been worried over financial issues prior to her death Nick is visited in prison by Nettie , a young woman who used to babysit his girls. Nettie reluctantly tells Nick that his wife had an affair with Pete Rizzo, one of his accomplices. Nick then decides to tell all to the Assistant DA. Because so much time has elapsed,  he cannot use Nick's information to reduce his sentence, but instead makes a deal that if Nick helps the police on another case, he will be paroled.

Victor Mature as Nick Bianco
Brian Donlevy as Assistant District Attorney Louis D'Angelo
Coleen Gray as Nettie
Mildred Dunnock as Mrs. Rizzo
Richard Widmark as Tommy Udo
Taylor Holmes as Earl Howser, Attorney
Howard Smith as Warden
Karl Malden as Sergeant William Cullen
Anthony Ross as Big Eddie Williams
Millard Mitchell as Detective Shelby
J. Scott Smart as Skeets
Directed by
 Henry Hathaway

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Darling You're Doomed (Revised) by Carter Brown

1956 Horwitz Edition

Joe Carslake is in the town of Linmouth to visit a pal of his named Godfrey for a quiet weekend in the country. All is going well except the two murders and the ulcer. His weekend started with the girl at the gas station in the bikini. It further developed into a double cross with his buddy Godfrey, whose idea of fun was to twist Joe's arm and break it. The weekend further developed with a girl named Lucille who did not know the finer things in life and thought Joe was the guy to put the love into her, but her father disagreed. The weekend really could have been happening if the frustrated brunette by the name of Jennifer made sure it did not happen. Joe did not mind the corpses, up until the police lieutenant thought he was responsible for them. And Joe did not mind the gangsters until they started minding him. It all started with a real estate deal. It was real alright, but the only estate he was likely to wind up in was a six foot plot. 

Cover by Moira Bertram

Printing History
Written by Alan G Yates (1923-1985)

Horwitz Publications, Inc
Numbered  Series #34 1956
Collector's Series Vol 1 No 27 July 1959

Bonus Cover
 Finland 1969

This title was originally published on Feb 12, 2011

Monday, July 28, 2014

2014 USA Fiction Challenge: Louisiana

The next stop on the 2014 USA Fiction Challenge is the state of Louisiana.

New Orleans Mourning
by Julie Smith

When the smiling King of Carnival is killed at Mardi Gras, policewoman Skip Langdon is on the case. She knows the upper-crust family of the victim and that it hides more than its share of glittering skeletons. .......

It's Mardi Gras in New Orleans, and civic leader and socialite Chauncy St. Amant has been crowned Rex, King of Carnival. But his day of glory comes to an abrupt and bloody end when a parade-goer dressed as Dolly Parton guns him down. Is the killer his aimless, promiscuous daughter Marcelle? Homosexual, mistreated son Henry? Helpless, alcoholic wife Bitty? Or some unknown player? Turns out the king had enemies...

Enter resourceful heroine Skip Langdon, a rookie police officer and former debutante turned cynic of the Uptown crowd. Scouring the streets for clues, interviewing revelers and street people with names like Jo Jo, Hinky, and Cookie, and using her white glove contacts, the post-deb rebel cop encounters a tangled web of brooding clues and ancient secrets that could mean danger for her, and doom for the St. Amants.

 Printing History 
Written by Julie Smith (1944- )

St. Martin's Press
February 1990
ISBN 312 03892

Sunday, July 27, 2014

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)

The Man Who Knew Too Much

Bob and Jill Lawrence are a British couple on vacation in Switzerland, with their daughter Betty, where the wife Jill is participating in a clay pigeon shooting contest. They befriend a foreigner, Louis Bernard, who is staying in their very hotel. One evening, as Jill is dancing, she witnesses the foreigner being killed. Before dying, he passes onto them some vital information to be delivered to the British consul. To ensure their silence, the assassins, led by a Mr Abbott , kidnap the Lawrences' daughter. Unable to seek help from the police, the couple return to England After following a series of leads, they discover that the group intends to assassinate the head of state of an unidentified European country during a concert at the Royal Albert Hall. The wife, Jill attends the concert and distracts the gunman with a scream.

Directed by
Alfred Hitchcock

Written by 
Charles Bennett and D. B. Wyndham-Lewis

Leslie Banks as Bob
Edna Best as Jill
Peter Lorre as Abbott
Frank Vosper as Ramon
Hugh Wakefield as Clive
Nova Pilbeam as Betty Lawrence
Pierre Fresnay as Louis
Cicely Oates as Nurse Agnes
B. A. Clarke Smith as Binstead
George Curzon as Gibson

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Valley Of The Dragon (1961)

A comet transports two enemies to a jungle on the moon.

In 1881, two men, Michael Denning, an American soldier, and Hector Servadac, a French aristocrat, are about to have a duel over a woman that they both are infatuated with. However, just as the two men are about to shoot at each other, a comet strikes the Earth and the gravitational pull draws in the two men. Michael and Hector soon deduce that this comet has been periodically landing on Earth and gathering people and animals from various eras in time, including people and dinosaurs. The two men then decide to put their differences aside and fight for survival as well as help make peace between two warring tribes of cavemen. 

Directed by
Edward Bernds

Based on the novel by 
Jules Verne

Cesare Danova as Hector Servadac
 Sean McClory as Michael Denning
  Joan Staley as Deena
Danielle De Metz as Nateeta

Friday, July 25, 2014

Mission Impossible (1988 Season)

Your Mission,
Should You Decide To Accept It

Peter Graves is back to reprise his roll as Jim Phelps. The brilliant leader of the Impossible Mission Force. This time around he is back with four new team members.

Peter Graves as Jim Phelps
Thaao Penghlis as Nicholas Black
Antony Hamilton as Max Harte
Phil Morris as Grant Collier
Terry Markwell as Casey Randall
Jane Badler as Shannon Reed 
Bob Johnson as Voice on Disc (voice only)

Created by Bruce Geller (1930-1978)

Thursday, July 24, 2014

The Saint (1962-1969)

The exploits of a charming, modern-day Robin Hood.

Centered on the Leslie Charteris literary character Simon Templar, played by Roger Moore as a suave and sophisticated Robin Hood-like adventurer. Many episodes were based upon Charteris's stories, although a higher percentage of original scripts appeared as the series progressed. The novel Vendetta for the Saint, credited to Charteris but written by Harry Harrison, was one of the last Saint stories to be adapted. Some of the later scripts were novelized and published as part of the ongoing series of The Saint novels. The first of these books, which gave cover credit to Charteris, but were actually written by others. The series of novelisations continued for several years after the series had ended.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Middle East Massacre by Jack Canon

Nick Carter Battles A Death Squad Of Terrorists!

Killmaster #249
Terrorism is the name of this deadly game, and all the players are professionals. There's the sexy spy who travels in the fast lane of London's society. And the financial terrorists who are only too glad to kill for their cause. A squad of crack commandos Israel's best. And Nick Carter is America's only entry in this high-stakes shoot out. With Arab missiles pointing at Haifa and Tel Aviv, millions of lives are in jeopardy, it's a race against time for Nick, a race that he can't afford to lose!

Printing History
Written by Jack Canon

Berkley Publishing Group
Jove Books
Published by arrangement with The Conde Nast Publications, Inc.
ISBN 515 10014
May 1989

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

And then There Were None (1945)

René Clair's 1945 film adaptation of Agatha Christie's best-selling mystery

Eight people, all total strangers to each other, are invited to small, isolated Indian Island off the coast of England, by Mr. and Mrs. Owen. They settle in at a mansion tended by two newly hired servants, Thomas and Ethel Rogers, but their hosts are absent. When the guests sit down to dinner, they notice the centerpiece, ten figurines of Indians in a circle. Afterward, Thomas puts on a gramophone record, from which a voice accuses them all of murder:
  • General Sir John Mandrake (played by C. Aubrey Smith), of ordering his wife's lover, a lieutenant, to his death
  • Emily Brent (Judith Anderson), of the death of her young nephew
  • Dr. Edward G. Armstrong (Walter Huston), of drunkenness which resulted in a patient dying
  • Prince Nikita Starloff (Mischa Auer), of killing a couple
  • Vera Claythorne (June Duprez), of murdering her sister's fiance
  • Judge Francis J. Quinncannon (Barry Fitzgerald), of being responsible for the hanging of an innocent man (Edward Seton, guilty, in the novel)
  • Philip Lombard (Louis Hayward), of killing 21 East African tribesmen
  • William H. Blore (Roland Young), of perjury, resulting in an innocent man's death
  • Thomas (Richard Haydn) and Ethel Rogers (Queenie Leonard), of the demise of their previous employer, an invalid.
It turns out that none of the ten knows or has even seen "U. N. Owen," as he signed his instructions to Thomas; they suddenly realize it stands for "unknown." The guests decide to leave, but Thomas informs them that the boat will not return until Monday, and it is only Friday.

as Ten Little Indians (1965), Ten Little Indians (1974), Desyat Negrityat (1987)
 and Ten Little Indians (1989)

Monday, July 21, 2014

2014 USA Fiction Challenge: Kentucky

The next stop on the 2014 USA Fiction Challenge is the state of Kentucky.

Uncle Tom's Cabin


Margarita Fischer - Eliza
James B. Lowe - Uncle Tom
Arthur Edmund Carewe - George Harris
George Siegmann - Simon Legree
Eulalie Jensen - Cassie
Mona Ray - Topsy
Virginia Grey - Eva St. Clare
Lassie Lou Ahern - Little Harry
Lucien Littlefield - Lawyer Marks
Jack Mower - Mr. Shelby
Vivien Oakland - Mrs. Shelby

Avery Brooks as Uncle Tom
 Phylicia Rashad as Eliza
 Edward Woodward as Simon Legree
,Jenny Lewis as Evangeline 'Little Eva' St. Claire
Samuel L. Jackson as George
Endyia Kinney as Topsy 
Kate Burton as Ophelia
Augustine St. Claire
Mr. Shelby
Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896)

First appeared as a 40-week serial in The National Era
an abolitionist periodical, starting on June 5, 1851

Six full-page illustrations by Hammatt Billings engraved for the first printing. 
Published in book form on March 20, 1852

Sunday, July 20, 2014

The Rockford Files (1974-1980)

James Garner (1928-2014) portrays Los Angeles-based private investigator Jim Rockford

In the 1970s, Roy Huggins had an idea to remake Maverick, but this time as a modern-day private detective. Huggins teamed with co-creator Stephen J. Cannell, and the pair tapped Garner to attempt to rekindle the success of Maverick, eventually recycling many of the plots from the original series. Starting with the 1974 season, Garner appeared as private investigator Jim Rockford in The Rockford Files. He appeared for six seasons, for which he received an Emmy Award for Best Actor in 1977.

In Remembrance Of
James Scott Bumgarner (April 7, 1928 to July 19, 2014)

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Day of the Dolls #7

Today is the final day of Day of the Dolls. All this week I have highlighted each day one or two noir titles from the late 1940's to the early 1960's. 

Dead Dolls Don't Talk
by Day Keene

He figured her for just another one night stand...until he found her still there in the morning - murdered.

A juror who learns the hard way what it means to find yourself on the wrong side of the law. Hours after returning a verdict of “guilty” in a murder case, Doc Hart wakes up next to the condemned man’s wife…dead wife. On the run and wanted for murder, Hart’s only friend is Gerta, the young woman from his shop whose affections he turned down in the past. Together, the two of them head to Mexico to unravel an increasingly complicated scheme that looks harder and harder to prove.

Printing History
Written by Gunnar Hjerstedt, (1904-1969)

Crest Books

Stark House Press

Friday, July 18, 2014

Day of the Dolls #6

Today we are almost done with the Day of the Dolls. All this week I have been showcasing a mystery title or two with Doll in the title. Why do you ask? Dolls. All through the late forties to the early sixties a doll would be associated with a hardboiled or noir title. Today is a special treat. Not one but two Dolls with the same title. 


Death of a Doll
by Hilda Lawrence

Miss Small and Miss Brady do everything to make their boarders feel safe and secure: Hope House is one of the few places in new York City where a young working woman could enjoy a homey atmosphere at very little cost. When Ruth Miller moves in, however, the atmosphere seems to change, and when her body is found in the courtyard, the miasma engulfing Hope House becomes stifling. suddenly no one in Hope House is quite what she seems, and no one is above suspicion . . .

Printing History
Written by Hildegarde Kronmiller (1906-1976)

Simon & Schuster
April 1947
Death of a Doll
by Carter Brown

A private eye accepts a movie mogul's bid to track down a wandering wanton star in Florida. Her name was Gloria Van Raven and she preferred to party on a yacht of Edward Woolrich II. Until the party got too wild with a dixieland horn player sounding a lament in a polka dotted bikini lying dead at his feet.

 This title was originally posted in December 2010 in a slightly different form
Death of a Doll

And Featured during the 2013 Crime Fiction Alphabet
 The Letter E

Printing History
Written by Alan G Yates (1923-1985)

Horwitz Publications, Inc
 Numbered Series #11 1956
Second Collectors' Series  Vol 1 #20 October 1958
Reprint By Demand Series #22 July 1960
Long Story Magazine #21 April 1961
International Edition November 1962 (IE21) 1971 (IE70)

This title was revised as The Ever-Loving Blues in 1961 for the USA market

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Day of the Dolls #5

Today we are on the other side of the half way point of the Day of the Dolls. All this week I will be showcasing a mystery title or two with Doll in the title. Why do you ask? Dolls. All through the late forties to the early sixties a doll would be associated with a hardboiled or noir title.


Death For A Doll
by Spike Morreli

Printing History
Written by William Newton (1923- )

The Leisure Library
#2 (1952)

Tough Doll
by Peggy Gaddis

 Printing History
Written by Erolie Pearl Gaddis Dern (1895-1966)

Venus Books
#131 (1951)

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Day of the Dolls #4

Today we are at the half way point of the Day of the Dolls. All this week I will be showcasing a mystery title or two with Doll in the title. Why do you ask? Dolls. All through the late forties to the early sixties a doll would be associated with a hardboiled or noir title.


Doll For The Big House
by Carter Brown

She was a living doll.....
It was going to take
a grand a day
to keep her that way.
A grand, and a Grand Jury!

A routine Missing Persons case, the captain snarled as he flung the brief in Al Wheeler's face. Sure it was routine, just several dolls making like a harem in some guy's big house. And we that guy turned out to be some king of the racketeers. And Al got flung out of the force on a sex maniac charge, that was routine too. Like a Jane Mansfield Marilyn Monroe hip wiggling contest. And so they decided to convene a Grand Jury, but whose fault was it that the chief witness turned up as a corpse in Wheeler's apartment. Al could see the pellets dropping into the tank and the gas vapors rising, but that's routine, it happens everyday in Sing Sing.

Printing History
Written by Alan G Yates (1923-1985)

Horwitz Publications, Inc
Numbered Series #46
August 1957

Revised as

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Day of the Dolls #3

Today is the third day of the Day of the Dolls. All this week I will be showcasing a mystery title or two with Doll in the title. Why do you ask? Dolls. All through the late forties to the early sixties a doll would be associated with a hardboiled or noir title. 

Dolls and Dues
by Orrie Hitt

Cover by Walter Popp

Printing History
Written by Orrie Hitt

Beacon Books


 Campus Doll
by Edwin West

Cover by Tom Miller
 Printing History
Written by Donald E. Westlake (1933-2008)

Monarch Books

Monday, July 14, 2014

Day Of The Dolls #2

Today is the second day of the Day of the Dolls. All this week I will be showcasing a mystery title or two with Doll in the title. Why do you ask? Dolls. All through the late forties to the early sixties a doll would be associated with a hardboiled or noir title.


Danger Doll And Paper Doll
by Carl Dekker

"One the spot" mystery
Cover by Stan Pitt

Cover by Stan Pitt
 Printing History
Written by John Laffin (1922-2000)

Calvert Publishing Company
Mid 1950s

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Day Of The Dolls #1

Today kicks off the Day of the Dolls. All this week I will be showcasing a mystery title or two with Doll in the title. Why do you ask? Dolls. All through the late forties to the early sixties a doll would be associated with a hardboiled or noir title.


Day of the Dolls

Dead Dolls Don't Cry (1953)
by Carter Brown

Printing History
Written by Alan G Yates (1923-1985)

Transport Publishing Company
for and on behalf of Horwitz Publications, Inc

Novelette Series
"Lovely" Mystery

First Collectors' Series
w/Widow Is Willing & Blackmail For A Brunette 

Death House Doll (1953)
by Day Keene

Printing History
Written by Gunnar Hjerstedt, (1904-1969)

w/Mourning After by Thomas B Dewey
January 1953 

Prologue Books
November 2012

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Richard Diamond, Private Detective

Created by Blake Edwards, the series aired on radio from 1949 to 1953, 
and then on television from 1957 to 1960.

Radio Series
Dick Powell starred in the Richard Diamond, Private Detective radio series. He portrayed a light-hearted detective who often ended the episodes singing to his girlfriend, Helen (played by Virginia Gregg).  It began airing on NBC Radio on April 24, 1949 until December 6, 1950. The series moved to ABC from January 5, 1951 to June 27, 1952. Finally it finished on CBS from May 31, 1953 until September 20, 1953. 

TV Series
David Janssen, played as Diamond, a former officer of the New York Police Department and a hard-boiled private detective in the film noir tradition. His secretary, "Sam," was shown only from the waist down to display her beautiful legs. Initially, these were the legs of Mary Tyler Moore for seven episodes, but later the legs of other actresses were seen. 

David Janssen as Richard Diamond
Regis Toomey as Lt. Dennis "Mac" McGough (seasons 1-2)
Russ Conway as Lt. Pete Kile (season 4)
Barbara Bain as Karen Wells (season 3)
Mary Tyler Moore as Sam (season 3)
Roxane Brooks as Sam (seasons 3-4)

Friday, July 11, 2014

The Dolls Are Coming........

The Dolls will arrive on Sunday

To get you in the mood, here is a preview.

The original post from July 22,2012
Dames, Dolls, and Delinquents

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Zelda (Mexico) by Carter Brown

Mexican Edition of Zelda

Printing History
Written by Alan G Yates (1923-1985)

Editorial Diana S.A.

The original posts below

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Babe Bound To Kill by Marc Brody

TV's On The Spot Crime Reporter

Sure you've seen corpses before.
But never one to shock you like this.

Printing History
Written by W. H. ‘Bill’ Williams

Horwitz Publications Inc.
for and on behalf of Transport Publishing Company

Marc Brody Numbered Series #20
October 1958

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

The High Commissioner by Jon Cleary

Scobie Malone Mystery

Sergeant Scobie Malone of the Sydney police is sent to London where he is to arrest the Australian High Commissioner James Quentin for the murder of his first wife. He arrives to discover someone is trying to assassinate the High Commissioner for his work at a Vietnam War peace conference. Quentin asks for five days grace to he can complete his work at the conference, which Malone agrees to. The person behind the assassination attempt is Madame Cholon, a Vietnamese crime figure. Two detectives from Special Branch are called in to investigate after an initial assassination attempt on Quentin. Malone eventually discovers that Quentin's first wife was actually killed by his second, Sheila.
The Film
as Nobody Runs Forever (1968)

Rod Taylor
Christopher Plummer
Daliah Lavi
Burt Kwouk
Printing History
Written by Jon Stephen Cleary (1917-2010)

William Morrow & Company Popular Library
copyright 1966

Monday, July 7, 2014

Harry O (1974-1976)

Warner Brothers approached writer Howard Rodman to do a TV series based on "Dirty Harry."

Harry Orwell is a San Diego cop forced into retirement when he was shot in the back. To support himself, he sets up a private investigation practice out of his beach house on Coronado Island, in San Diego

 Howard Rodman
David Janssen as Harry Orwell
With Henry Darrow as Manny Quinlan (season one)
Anthony Zerbe as KC Trench (season two)
Les Lannom as Lester Hodges
Farrah Fawcett-Majors as Sue Ingram
Paul Tulley as Sgt. Don Roberts
Tom Atkins as Sgt. Frank Cole
Hal Williams as Clarence
Two Pilot Movies on March 11th 1973 and February 3rd 1974
Two seasons with ABC from 1974 to 1976. 44 Total episodes

Sunday, July 6, 2014

The Korean Kill by Jack Canon

Agent N3 Explodes Into Action Against Asia's 
Most Ruthless Crime Lord!

Killmaster #248
Dr Kwon rules over an Asian empire of crime But his lust for power extends beyond the underground kingdom of blood soaked dollars. Already he's begun his scheme to throw the West into chaos. Now it's up to Nick Carter to stop Kwon. Nick follows the master criminal's trail through a Far Eastern labyrinth of death deceit, and diabolical double cross. But Kwon is an elusive prey. Hired assassins meet Nick at every turn. And nobody knows Kwon's true identity. Nick Carter's target could be almost anyone in Hong Kong's network of criminals...even the beautiful Tuan-Lee, an expert in the art of seduction. 

Printing History
Written by Jack Canon

Berkley Publishing Group
Jove Books
Published by arrangement with The Conde Nast Publications, Inc.
ISBN 515 09983
April 1989

Friday, July 4, 2014

Dead on the Fourth of July by R. E. Derouin

Happy July 4th

David Dean's election bid for Sheriff of Ouray County, Colorado becomes complicated after ten-year-old Martha Boyd discovers a skeleton in an abandoned mine. He and his wife promise the girl they'll identify the remains, with the help of Dean's stepfather, Fred O'Connor, his computer, and his cadre of lady friends. It's high season at Bird Song, the Deans' bed and breakfast, when they discover among their guests a squabbling quartet in court over the ownership of the same mine-and Fred O'Connor is sitting on the jury! When the bones disappear, Dean runs into trouble with the new acting sheriff and the election gets nasty. Someone wants very badly for the skeleton to remain anonymous! And then, amid Ouray's festive Fourth of July activities, tragedy strikes. The towering mountains that surround the tiny town aren't as peaceful as they appear....

Printing History
 Written by Raymond Derouin (1937-)

Hats Off Books
 ISBN 158736221
July 4th 2003

Thursday, July 3, 2014

The Four Just Men by Edgar Wallace

Four young, handsome, immensely wealthy vigilantes who kill people in the name of Justice

  George Manfred, Leon Gonsalez, and Raymond Poiccart, who recruit a fourth, Thery, in their campaign to punish wrong-doers who are beyond the reach of the law.

The Films

Silent Film
Directed by George Ridgwell
Starring Cecil Humphreys, Teddy Arundell and Charles Croker-King


Directed by Walter Forde 
Starring Hugh Sinclair, Griffith Jones, Edward Chapman and Frank Lawton

1959 (TV Series)

One Season of 39 Episodes

Richard Conte as Jeff Ryder
Dan Dailey as Tim Collier
Jack Hawkins as Ben Manfred
Vittorio De Sica as Ricco Poccari

Printing History
Written by Edgar Wallace  (1875-1932)


Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Manana Es Asesinato by Carter Brown

Mexican Edition of Tomorrow Is Murder

The original post from March 4th, 2011

Printing History
Written by Alan G Yates (1923-1985)

Editorial Diana S.A.