Ich suche meinen Mörder (1941)

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Ich suche meinen Mörder: Directed by Roy Del Ruth. With Joan Blondell, Roland Young, Carole Landis, Billie Burke. A fun-loving young woman is murdered after trading bedrooms with her wealthy friend. Her ghost seeks aid from Topper to find the murderer.

“Unusual among films in the u0026quot;old dark houseu0026quot; style for being about a ghost who comes back to solve her own murder. Disguised as a Topper film, and with Roland Young and Billie Burke again cast as Mr and Mrs Topper, this is really a clever murder mystery in reverse, a sort of u0026quot;why he done itu0026quot;. Praise must be lavished on the script, co-written by murder-mystery novelist Jonathan Latimer (who also wrote some of the better Peter Falk Columbo episodes in the 1970s) and on the playing of Young, Burke and Eddie u0026quot;Rochesteru0026quot; Anderson, who steal the film from headliners Carole Landis and Joan Blondell — it is Topperu0026#39;s film after all. More inspired by the late Thorne Smithu0026#39;s characters than based on anything he wrote, the film nonetheless will appeal to fans of this extraordinary novelistu0026#39;s humorous works. A must for anyone who like horror send-ups, Topper or Smith!”


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