The Gables Mystery

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The Gables Mystery is a 1938 British crime film directed by Harry Hughes and starring Francis L. Sullivan, Antoinette Cellier and Leslie Perrins. [1] It is an adaptation of the play The Man at Six by Jack Celestin and Jack DeLeon.

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Plot

Police are called to investigate a murder at a country house named The Gables where they find a number of strange characters living.

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References

  1. BFI.org