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The Silent Passenger (1935)





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Peter Haddon plays Dorothy L. Sayers' amateur detective Lord Peter Wimsey in the Anglo-American The Silent Passenger. A scurrilous blackmailer is murdered by one of his victims, but it is innocent John Loder who is suspected of the crime. Making the casual acquaintance of Loder, Lord Peter Wimsey sets about to prove his new friend's innocence. It all takes place on a train trip from London to the English Channel, with Loder acting as bait to flush out the real killer. Dorothy L. Sayers wrote the original story for Silent Passenger directly for the screen.

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John Loder
as John Ryder
Mary Newland
as Mollie Ryder
Peter Haddon
as Lord Peter Wimsey
Donald Wolfit
as Henry Camberley
Austin Trevor
as Inspector Parker
Leslie Perrins
as Maurice Windermere
Ralph Truman
as Saunders
Gordon McLeod
as Commissioner
George de Warfaz
as Chief of Foreign
Vincent Holman
as Works Manager
Ann Codrington
as Desk Clerk
Dorice Fordred
as Camberley's Accomplice
Annie Esmond
as Old Lady Passenger
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