Seven Keys To Baldpate (1929) Movie Details

Seven Keys To Baldpate
Seven Keys To Baldpate
Reginald Barker
Roy Webb
RKO Radio Pictures
1 hr 12 mins
Rating: 5.6/10 from 153 users

Seven Keys To Baldpate Movie Cast

Richard Dix
as William Halliwell Magee
Miriam Seegar
as Mary Norton
Margaret Livingston
as Myra Thornhill
Lucien Littlefield
as Thomas Hayden
Joseph Allen Sr.
Joseph Allen Sr. as Peters, the Hermit (as Joseph Allen)
Carleton Macy
Carleton Macy as Police Chief Kennedy
Alan Roscoe
as Bland
Crauford Kent
as Hal Bentley
Harvey Clark
as Elijah Quimby
Edith Yorke
as Mrs. Quimby

Seven Keys To Baldpate Crew List

Director :
Novel : Earl Derr Biggers
Theatre Play : George M. Cohan
Writer : Jane Murfin
Producer : Louis Sarecky
Original Music Composer :
Director of Photography : Edward Cronjager
Art Direction : Max Rée
Costume Design : Walter Plunkett

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Based on a play by George M. Cohan, director Reginald Barker's 1929 mystery stars Richard Dix as a writer who rents what he believes is a deserted lodge in order to complete his novel. But then six other people show up one-by-one, each for reasons of their own. The cast also includes Miriam Seegar, Crauford Kent, Margaret Livingston, Lucien Littlefield and DeWitt Jennings.

Seven Keys To Baldpate

Seven Keys To Baldpate is a 1929 English Film stars Richard Dix , Reginald Barker , Miriam Seegar , Margaret Livingston , Lucien Littlefield , Joseph Allen Sr. , Carleton Macy , Alan Roscoe , Crauford Kent , Harvey Clark , Edith Yorke , Earl Derr Biggers , George M. Cohan , Jane Murfin , Louis Sarecky , Roy Webb , Edward Cronjager , Max Rée , Walter Plunkett , directed by Reginald Barker & music by Roy Webb.