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Seven Sinners (1936)





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A missing corpse and a suspicious train wreck are two leads an American detective follows to track a serial killer while on vacation in France in a puzzling murder case.


Edmund Lowe
as John Harwood
Constance Cummings
as Caryl Fenton
Thomy Bourdelle
as Monsieur Paul Turbé
Henry Oscar
as Axel Hoyt
Felix Aylmer
as Sir Charles Webber
Joyce Kennedy
as Elizabeth Wentworth
Allan Jeayes
as Karl Wagner
O.B. Clarence
as Registrar
Mark Lester
as Chief Constable
Antony Holles
as Receptionist
David Horne
as Hotel Manager
Edwin Lawrence
as Guildhall Guide
Patrick Ludlow
as Pilgrims of Peace Poet (uncredited)
Henry Hallatt
as Supporting Role (uncredited)
Margaret Davidge
as Housekeeper (uncredited)
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Critic Reviews for Seven Sinners

All Critics (2)

What the story lacks in originality and credibility it makes up in thrills.

February 8, 2018 | Full Review…

This is a thriller where a murderer performs not one train wreck or two, but three.

January 1, 2000 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Seven Sinners


A Yank detective on holiday overseas during Mardi Gras is pretty wasted when he discovers a dead body, which is one thing. But when he calls the coppers and the body is missing, that's another, which begins this light, witty and comedic chase thriller that has our boy across the pond one step ahead of the local constabulary and one step away from being zapped by a terrorist conspiracy cell. Had this Brit production better name stars it would definitely be better remembered. As it is it's a better than average sleuthing chase number.

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams

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