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|Murder at Glen Athol|
|Directed by||Frank R. Strayer|
|Written by||John W. Krafft (adaptation)|
John W. Krafft (screenplay)
Norman Lippincott (novel Murder at Glen Athol)
|Produced by||Maury M. Cohen (producer)|
|Edited by||Roland D. Reed|
|Distributed by||Chesterfield Pictures|
Murder at Glen Athol is a 1936 American film directed by Frank R. Strayer.
A famous detective is invited to a swanky party at an elegant mansion. Before the night is over, he finds himself involved with gangsters, blackmail and murder.
- John Miljan as Bill Holt, the detective
- Irene Ware as Jane Maxwell
- Iris Adrian as Muriel Randel
- Noel Madison as Gus Colleti
- Oscar Apfel as Reuben Marshall
- Barry Norton as Tom Randel
- Harry Holman as Campbell Snowden
- Betty Blythe as Ann Randel
- Lew Kelly as Police Sgt. Olsen
- Wilson Benge as Simpson, the Randel Butler
- E.H. Calvert as Dist. Atty. McDougal
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