Death At Broadcasting House (1934) Movie Details

Death At Broadcasting House
Vincent Permane , Reginald Denham
Geoffrey Goodheart , Ord Hamilton , John Cox
Phoenix Film
1 hr 15 mins
Rating: 6.4/10 from 106 users

Death At Broadcasting House Movie Cast

Ian Hunter
as Detective Inspector Gregory
Austin Trevor
as Leopold Dryden
Val Gielgud as Julian Caird
Betty Ann Davies
as Poppy Levine
Jack Hawkins
as Herbert Evans
Peter Haddon
as Guy Bannister
Lilian Oldland as Joan Dryden
Henry Kendall
as Rodney Fleming
Donald Wolfit
as Sydney Parsons
Robert Rendel
as Sir Herbert Farquharson
Gordon McLeod
as Chief Commissioner
Hannen Swaffer as Himself
Vernon Bartlett as Himself
Eric Dunstan as Himself
Gillie Potter as Himself
Elisabeth Welch
as Herself
Eve Becke as Herself
Gershom Parkington Quintette as Themselves
Percival Mackey
as Himself

Death At Broadcasting House Crew List

Art Direction : R. Holmes Paul
Costume Design : Colin Becke
Cinematography : Günther Krampf
Assistant Director : Vincent Permane
Director :
Editor : Reginald Beck
Production Supervisor : Hugh Perceval
Music Director : Geoffrey Goodheart
Original Music Composer : Ord Hamilton
Sound Recordist : John Cox
Adaptation : Basil Mason
Novel : Eric Maschwitz , Val Gielgud
Writer : Val Gielgud

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An actor is murdered live on air whilst a play is being broadcast. Everyone in the play and broadcasting house fall under suspicion.

Death At Broadcasting House

Death At Broadcasting House is a 1934 English Film stars Ian Hunter , Austin Trevor , Val Gielgud , Betty Ann Davies , Jack Hawkins , Peter Haddon , Lilian Oldland , Henry Kendall , Donald Wolfit , Robert Rendel , Gordon McLeod , Hannen Swaffer , Vernon Bartlett , Eric Dunstan , Gillie Potter , Elisabeth Welch , Eve Becke , Gershom Parkington Quintette , Percival Mackey , directed by Reginald Denham & music by John Cox.