GenreMystery, Romance, Comedy ScreenplayMichael L. Simmons LanguageEnglish
WriterRobert T. Shannon, Michael L. Simmons Release dateNovember 3, 1937 CastFay Wray (Kay Cabot), Marjorie Reynolds (Molly Murphy), Richard Arlen (Steve Havens Jackson Jr), Raymond Walburn (The Senator), Leon Ames (Rodney Hunter) Similar moviesRelated Albert S Rogell movies
Murder in Greenwich Village is a 1937 American mystery film directed by Albert S. Rogell and starring Richard Arlen, Fay Wray and Raymond Walburn. The screenplay involves an heiress who is falsely accused of murder. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Lionel Banks and Stephen Goosson.
When she is falsely accused of murder, an heiress ropes in a photographer to provide her with an alibi.
Richard Arlen as Steve Havens Jackson Jr.
Fay Wray as Kay Cabot aka Lucky
Raymond Walburn as The Senator
Wyn Cahoon as Flo Melville
Scott Kolk as Larry Foster
Thurston Hall as Charles Cabot
Marc Lawrence as Rusty Morgan
Gene Morgan as Henderson
Mary Russell as Antoinette aka Angel Annie McGillicutty