Murder On Diamond Row

  • 1937
  • 1 HR 17 MIN
  • NR
  • Mystery

Lowe is a police inspector who has been discredited; to redeem himself, he goes undercover. Posing as an ex-convict, he captures Shaw, a killer who fences stolen goods. The main body of the story holds interest, but the film is hampered by an unnecessary romance between Newton and nightclub singer Desni, who sings the Kernell and Berkman-penned tunes "He's...read more

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Lowe is a police inspector who has been discredited; to redeem himself, he goes undercover. Posing as an ex-convict, he captures Shaw, a killer who fences stolen goods. The main body of the story holds interest, but the film is hampered by an unnecessary romance between Newton and

nightclub singer Desni, who sings the Kernell and Berkman-penned tunes "He's Gone" and "I Can't Get Along Without You." Sims gives a commendable performance as a reporter. Todd, another superfluous character, provides a love interest for Lowe. This remake of a 1930 British film has its moments,

but is bogged down by the unnecessary characterizations, some occasionally inept lensing, and slow-paced direction.

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  • Review: Lowe is a police inspector who has been discredited; to redeem himself, he goes undercover. Posing as an ex-convict, he captures Shaw, a killer who fences stolen goods. The main body of the story holds interest, but the film is hampered by an unnecessary r… (more)

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