The Third Clue

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  • Genre(s): Crime
  • Release year: 1934
  • Running time: 72 min
The Third Clue is a 1934 British crime film directed by Albert Parker and starring Basil Sydney, Molly Lamont, Robert Cochran and Raymond Lovell. Two criminals try to recover loot hidden in an isolated manor house. The film was based on Neil Gordon's... read more

The Third Clue is a 1934 British crime film directed by Albert Parker and starring Basil Sydney, Molly Lamont, Robert Cochran and Raymond Lovell. Two criminals try to recover loot hidden in an isolated manor house. The film was based on Neil Gordon's novel The Shakespeare Murders, which also inspired The Claydon Treasure Mystery (1938).

Original Release

11/20/1934

Cast

Basil Sydney Reinhardt Conway
Molly Lamont Rosemary Clayton
Robert Cochran Peter Kerrigan
C.M. Hallard Gabriel Wells
Alfred Sangster Rupert Clayton
Raymond Lovell Robinson - Butler
Adela Mavis Zita
Frank Atkinson Lefty
Ernest Sefton Newman
Ian Fleming Mark Clayton
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Albert Parker

Writers

Frank Atkinson, Michael Barringer, Lance Sieveking

Cast

Basil Sydney Reinhardt Conway
Molly Lamont Rosemary Clayton
Robert Cochran Peter Kerrigan
C.M. Hallard Gabriel Wells
Alfred Sangster Rupert Clayton
Raymond Lovell Robinson - Butler
Adela Mavis Zita
Frank Atkinson Lefty
Ernest Sefton Newman
Ian Fleming Mark Clayton
Quinton McPherson Reuben (as Quentin McPhearson)
Eric Fawcett Jack Tully
Bruce Lester Derek Clayton (as Bruce Lister)
Mabel Terry-Lewis Mrs. Fuller
Noel Dainton
Rani Waller Maid

Producers

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