Edward Killy

  • Edward Killy – Wanted! Jane Turner (1936)

    After gangster Phil Crowley robs a mail truck and murders its driver, postal secretary Doris Martin and postal inspector Tom Mallory are called on to track down the elusive fugitive. They follow the trail of stolen loot, sent to ‘general delivery’ in care of Jane Turner, to post offices across the United States ranging from the east coast to Arizona to Los Angeles. Complications arise when a real ‘Jane Turner’ picks up one of the letters intended to be picked up by gang moll Marge Sanders, using Jane Turner as her name.Read More »

  • William Hamilton & Edward Killy – Murder on a Bridle Path (1936)

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    From TCM:
    When the body of Violet Feverel, who had taken her horse for an evening ride, is discovered in Central Park, Inspector Oscar Piper of the New York police arrives at the crime scene and is joined by his friend, amateur detective and schoolteacher Hildegarde Withers. After Hildegarde locates Violet’s horse and bloodied saddle, Oscar concludes that she was murdered and begins to question suspects, including Latigo Wells, the manager of Violet’s stable. Confronted by Oscar’s suspicions, Wells reveals that Violet had quarreled with Eddie Fry, her sister Barbara Foley’s boyfriend, just before the murder. Hildegarde then finds out from High Pockets, a stable employee, that Violet also had quarreled with Wells just before her death. At Violet’s apartment, Oscar and Hildegarde discover Eddie and Barbara hastily packing and question them. The young couple, who had become engaged in spite of Violet’s objections, defend their innocence and cast suspicion on Don Gregg, Violet’s ex-husband, whom Violet had jailed for nonpayment of alimony.Read More »

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