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|Death from a Distance|
|Directed by||Frank R. Strayer|
|Written by||John W. Krafft|
|Produced by||Maury M. Cohen|
|Starring||Russell Hopton br> Lola Lane |
George F. Marion
|Cinematography||M. A. Anderson|
|Edited by||Roland D. Reed|
|Music by||Sidney Cutner|
|Distributed by||Chesterfield Pictures|
Death from a Distance is a 1935 American mystery film directed by Frank R. Strayer and starring Russell Hopton, Lola Lane and George F. Marion. The film's sets were designed by the art director Edward C. Jewell.
While a distinguished astronomer is giving a lecture in a planetarium, a shot rings out and one of the audience member is found dead. A tough detective and a brassy female reporter lock horns as they both try to break the case.
- Russell Hopton as Det. Lt. Ted Mallory
- Lola Lane as Kay Palmer
- George F. Marion as Jim Gray
- Lee Kohlmar as Prof. Ernst Einfeld
- John St. Polis as Prof. Trowbridge
- Lew Kelly as Det. Regan
- E.H. Calvert as District Attorney
- Wheeler Oakman as Langsdale, aka George Fremont
- Robert Frazer as Morgan
- Cornelius Keefe as Clay Gorman
- John Davidson as Ahmad Haidru
- John Dilson as Newspaper Editor McConnell
- Herb Vigran as the Police Photographer
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