|The Crime Doctor's Diary|
|Directed by||Seymour Friedman|
|Based on|| Crime Doctor |
1940-47 radio program
by Max Marcin
|Produced by||Rudolph C. Flothow|
|Cinematography||Vincent J. Farrar|
|Edited by||Jerome Thoms|
|Music by||Mischa Bakaleinikoff|
Larry Darmour Productions
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|March 15, 1949|
The Crime Doctor's Diary is a 1949 American mystery film directed by Seymour Friedman and starring Warner Baxter, Stephen Dunne and Lois Maxwell. It is the last of the Crime Doctor series of films made by Columbia Pictures.
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