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Grand Central Murder

Grand Central Murder(1942)

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  • Very entertaining, never a dull moment

    • el debbo
    • 3/12/17

    I'm not much for murder-mysteries but the first 10 minutes drew me right in. Smart, fast-talking hustlers in 1940's New York and plenty of gumshoe lingo! I'm going to have to watch it again just to absorb some of the wonderful language and non-stop jabs and jokes. The sets were really nice. Wonderful cast with many familiar faces...Connie Gilchrist, for example, has been the charge nurse, matron, or in this case, the Irish maid in 88 movies. In 'Grand Central' we see her ironing her lady's finery while drinking a beer and smoking a fat cigar. Recalling when they met, she says, "...from that moment, I was her pigeon." A real good diversion for weary WWII audiences, I gave it 5 stars.

  • Neat Murder Mystery.

    • Charles Pope
    • 6/1/07

    Grand Central Murder is a neat mystery. Its something like a " Thin Man" film as the detective..in this case venarable Sam Levene gets the suspects together and proceeds to grill them.If this were and Abbott and Coatello film the response to " grill them" might be comical..I wont give away how the murder was committed on the train..thats a surprise for the viewer..a nice cast brings it all off in fine style. C L Pope

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