Jim Hanvey, Detective (1937)

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“Jim Hanvey, Detective” is a 1937 American film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Guy Usher, Berton Churchill, and Robert Warwick. The movie is based on a series of stories by Octavus Roy Cohen about a private detective named Jim Hanvey.

The film follows Hanvey as he investigates a murder case in which a wealthy businessman is killed in his office. Hanvey’s investigation leads him to a network of corruption and deceit involving the victim’s business partners, his secretary, and even his own son.

As Hanvey gets closer to the truth, he finds himself in grave danger and must use his wits and skill to outsmart the criminals and solve the case.

Overall, “Jim Hanvey, Detective” is a classic detective film filled with suspense, mystery, and intrigue. It showcases the brilliant detective work of Jim Hanvey and keeps audiences on the edge of their seats until the very end.

Phil Rosen

Octavus Roy Cohen, Olive Cooper, Joseph Krumgold

Guy Kibbee, Tom Brown, Lucie Kaye

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