Two in the Dark

Two in the Dark is a 1936 mystery film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and starring Walter Abel, Margot Grahame, Wallace Ford, Gail Patrick, and Alan Hale. The screenplay concerns an amnesiac suspected of murder.

Two in the Dark
Directed byBenjamin Stoloff
Produced byZion Myers
Written byGelett Burgess
Screenplay byWillis Goldbeck
Seton I. Miller
Based onTwo O'Clock Courage (novel)
StarringWalter Abel
Margot Grahame
Wallace Ford
Gail Patrick
Alan Hale
Music byAlberto Colombo
CinematographyNicholas Musuraca
Edited byGeorge Crone
Distributed byRKO Radio Pictures
Release date
January 10, 1936 (1936-01-10)
Running time
74 minutes
CountryUnited States

In 1945, Stoloff produced a remake, Two O'Clock Courage, directed by Anthony Mann and starring Tom Conway and Ann Rutherford.

Plot summary

Wandering around in the darkness, an amnesiac (Walter Abel) has the feeling that he's murdered someone. He reads that a theatrical producer has been killed and he thinks that he's guilty. But unemployed actress Marie Smith (Margot Grahame) he meets while wandering around the park, isn't completely convinced, so she helps him reconstruct the clues and—hopefully—track down the real killer.[1]



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