Sky Murder

(1940)
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Overview

This final Carter film is a lot of fun, with Nick (unwillingly, at first) taking on a ring of Fifth Columnists (since this was filmed before the US entered the war, we're not told the villains are Nazis, but it's pretty clear anyway). Of course, the helpful and persistent Bartholomew is at his side--much to Nick's irritation. To further complicate things--and to make them still funnier--Joyce Compton is along for the ride too, as a delightfully brainless "detective" named Christine Cross.

  1. George B. Seitz

    Director

  2. William R. Lipman

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Walter Pidgeon

    Walter Pidgeon

    Nick Carter

  2. Donald Meek

    Donald Meek

    Bartholomew

  3. Kaaren Verne

    Kaaren Verne

    Pat Evans (as Karen Verne)

  4. Edward Ashley

    Edward Ashley

    Cortland Grand

  5. Joyce Compton

    Joyce Compton

    Christine Cross / Her Twin Sister

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Sky Murder
Sky Murder

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Status Released

Release Information

  • September 27, 1940
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 12m

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