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The Bat Whispers
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The Bat Whispers (1930)

"Look out! The arch criminal is here!"

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Theatrical Release Blu-ray/DVD Release Video on Demand Release
US: 13 November 1930
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Directed by: Roland West
Writing Credits: Avery Hopwood Roland West
Main Cast: Chester Morris Chance Ward Una Merkel Richard Tucker Maude Eburne
Runtime: 83m


Plot Summary:

Despite advance warning to the police, who seal off the area, The Bat, a master criminal, steals a necklace from the safe in the house of a rich socialite. He leaves a note saying he is going to the country to give the police a rest. Pausing only to rob a bank at Oakdale, he proceeds to terrorise the occupants of a lonely country mansion, in a mixture of thrills, chills and laughs. At the end, an actor steps forward through a proscenium arch and asks the viewers not to reveal the Bat's identity to their friends. A film noir shot in black and white, mainly at night in dimly lit scenes.



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