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Seven Keys to Baldpate

Seven Keys to Baldpate(1947)

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  • SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE

    • WILL
    • 6/17/17

    The other day I commented on what I thought (and still do think) was THE worse movie I have ever seen, FROM HELL IT CAME. Well here comes THE Runner Up for the title. To be fare, if this one, had been in the hands of a great director and a better cast, as was the case of Arsenic And Old Lace, maybe , just maybe, Nope its a Dud. Leonardo Ceannelli, famous for Gunga Din, did the best he could with his part, and is a standout.Badly acted would be a masterpiece of under statement. The lead guy hero? didn't seem to know, whether to play his part strait, or to go for a comic dope.What an embarrassment .

  • Strictly a "B" movie

    • Janes Conrad
    • 6/16/17

    Very familiar premise....folks out in a remote castle-like building with strange goings-on. Events start at 11:00 at night. Cold, blustery, snowy evening. Secret panels. Funny noises. A howling cat. That sort of stuff. Who are all these people that start to show up? Is there a good guy in that group? Is anyone on the level? Actors include a number of "B" movie people with a load of familiar faces. Always enjoy Jimmy Conlin and he has fairly big part.The movie has a good start then seems to lose its way. Light-hearted at times, even a bit jokey and played for laughs, then followed by the cold-blooded actions of the ones who turn out to be the crooks. You can imagine a much better version with, say, Fred McMurray in the lead.

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