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Strangers of the Evening (1932)





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Also known as The Hidden Corpse, Strangers of the Evening is an effective blend of horror and humor. There's dirty work at the city morgue, where the body of Frank Daniels (Lucien Littlefield) suddenly disappears. Later on, at Daniels' funeral, the wrong man is buried. It's all the handiwork of crooked undertaker Chandler (Warner Richmond), who is part of a complex political cover-up. Things get really hairy when Daniels shows up very much alive, much to the astonishment of his daughter Ruth (Miriam Seeger). Top-billed ZaSu Pitts plays the Daniels family maid, who has a vested interest in the macabre goings-on.


Eugene Pallette
as Detective Brubacher
Lucien Littlefield
as Frank Daniels
Theodore von Eltz
as Dr. Raymond Everette
Tully Marshall
as Robert Daniels
Mahlon Hamilton
as Nathan Frisbee
Alan Roscoe
as Sutherland
Hal Price
as Policeman
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