The Ghost Camera (1933)





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A bit too expensive to qualify as a "quota quickie", The Ghost Camera is an acceptable minor-league British thriller. The hero (Henry Kendall) is accused of murder. Luckily someone has taken a photograph of the killing. Unluckily, the camera has been tossed from a high window. Luckily, it lands in a car driven by the heroine (Ida Lupino, who at fifteen barely qualified for a license!). Unluckily, the real killer knows that she has the incriminating photo. Someone's luck will run out before The Ghost Camera closes out its 68 minutes' running time.
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Ida Lupino
as Mary Elton
John Mills
as Ernest Elton
Henry Kendall
as John Grey
Victor Stanley
as Albert Sims
George Merritt
as Inspector
Felix Aylmer
as Coroner

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Nothing special but not bad mystery provides a chance for early glimpses of Ida Lupino & John Mills as sister & brother.

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