Murder on a Honeymoon (1935) - Rotten Tomatoes

Murder on a Honeymoon1935

Murder on a Honeymoon (1935)





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Though it wasn't RKO Radio's final "Hildegarde Withers" mystery, Murder on a Honeymoon represented the final appearance of Edna May Oliver as Stuart Palmer's spinsterish schoolmarm sleuth. This entry was wittily adapted by Seton I. Miller and Robert Benchley from Palmer's Puzzle of the Pepper Tree. Vacationing in Catalina (where much of the film was shot), Hildegarde Withers gets mixed up in three murders. Her old friend, New York detective Oscar Piper (James Gleason), flies out to help, but of course it's Hildegarde who cracks the case. The top-heavy list of suspects includes one disreputable character who overpowers the formidable Hildegarde and locks her in a closet -- proving beyond all doubt that he's not the guilty party. After Murder on a Honeymoon, Oliver relinquished the role of Hildegarde to Helen Broderick and (of all people) ZaSu Pitts.


James Gleason
as Insp. Oscar Piper
Edna May Oliver
as Hildegarde Withers
Lola Lane
as Phyllis La Font
Chick Chandler
as Pilot French
George Meeker
as `Kelsey'/Forrest
Dorothy Libaire
as Kay Deving
Harry Ellerbe
as Marvin Deving
Spencer Charters
as Chief Britt
DeWitt Jennings
as Capt. Beegle
Leo G Carroll
as Joseph B. Tate
Arthur Hoyt
as Dr. O'Rourke
Matt McHugh
as Pilot Madden
Willie Best
as Willie, Porter
Morgan Wallace
as Arthur J. Mack
Brooks Benedict
as Roswell T. Forrest
Rollo Lloyd
as Hotel Clerk
Robert E. Homans
as Piper's Assistant
Irving Bacon
as Tate's Assistant
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All Critics (1)

Still, Murder on a Honeymoon is good-enough mystery and grand comedy.

August 7, 2019 | Full Review…

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