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When Philo Vance receives a note that harm will befall Lynn at the casino that night, he takes the threat seriously while the DA dismisses it. At the casino owned by Uncle Kinkaid, Lynn is indeed poisoned under the watchful eye of Philo. However, he recovers, but the same cannot be said for Lynn's wife Virginia, who is at the family home. Only a family member could have poisoned Lynn and Virginia and everyone has their dark motives. Philo will follow the clues and find the perpetrator.

  1. Edwin L. Marin

    Director

  2. S.S. Van Dine

    Novel

  3. Florence Ryerson

    Screenplay

  4. Edgar Allan Woolf

    Screenplay

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  1. Paul Lukas

    Paul Lukas

    Philo Vance

  2. Alison Skipworth

    Alison Skipworth

    Mrs. Llewellyn

  3. Donald Cook

    Donald Cook

    Lynn

  4. Rosalind Russell

    Rosalind Russell

    Doris

  5. Arthur Byron

    Arthur Byron

    Kinkaid

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The Casino Murder Case
The Casino Murder Case

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  • March 15, 1935
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 22m

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