« Last post by Chris Ellis on October 25, 2018, 07:51:03 am »
Yes, I agree that in Vance's reconstruction it says the killer saw Archer from Sir Thomas's building which does not seem plausible and which is never explained...it is a plot flaw that I think some commentators who have written about this film mention seems totally screwy (Jon Tuska in his "Detective in Hollywood"/"In Manors and Alleys" book? -- my copy is not accessible here so cannot check to make sure).
« Last post by rodb on October 11, 2018, 02:34:08 pm »
I kind of felt the same way; but remember raymond saying he had a dinner date with her that night, but yet she shows up at the kennel with sir thomas; plus the killer sees that archer is alive from sir thomas's room?
« Last post by Chris Ellis on October 10, 2018, 05:56:12 pm »
Is not really explicity revealed in film but Archer Coe is the guilty party to everyone in the film who expresses an opinion and I do not think Raymond Wrede had a motive to do so whereas Archer Coe did to ensure his dog won the competition and he is just a nasty guy...Chris.
This is the only movie that I watch on a particular date, and it's only because Lee Chan mentions that it is August 25th early in the film. Otherwise, I have no particular order to watching movies, and I occasionally watch a Chan film or other old mystery movie on any day.