“Murder on the Campus” is a 1933 British crime film directed by Richard Thorpe. The story centers around a series of murders that take place on a university campus, where the victims are all connected to a prestigious debating society.
The film follows the investigations of a Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Parr (Stewart Rome), who works closely with a local detective, Inspector Winton (W. Graham Brown), to solve the case. As they uncover clues and interview suspects, they discover a complex web of motives and secrets that lead them closer to the killer.
The suspects include several members of the debating society, as well as a jealous boyfriend, a rival professor, and a mysterious woman with a hidden agenda. The tension builds as the detectives race against time to catch the killer before they strike again.
With twists and turns throughout the plot, “Murder on the Campus” keeps the audience guessing until the very end. The film features a talented cast, including Henry Kendall, Felix Aylmer, and John Mills in early roles.
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