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Seven Keys to Baldpate (1929 film)

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Genre  Comedy, Mystery, Thriller
Country  United States
6/10 IMDb

Director  Reginald Barker
Cinematography  Edward Cronjager
Duration  
Language  English
Seven Keys to Baldpate (1929 film) movie poster
Cast  Richard Dix (William Halliwell Magee), Miriam Seegar (Mary Norton), Margaret Livingston (Myra Thornhill), Lucien Littlefield (Thomas Hayden), Joseph Allen Sr. (Peters, the Hermit (as Joseph Allen)), DeWitt Jennings (Mayor Jim Cargan)
Release date  December 25, 1929 (1929-12-25) ( Premiere-New York City) January 12, 1930 (1930-01-12) (U.S.)
Based on  play by George M. Cohan adapted from novel by Earl Derr Biggers
Writer  Earl Derr Biggers (novel), George M. Cohan (play), Jane Murfin
Story by  George M. Cohan, Earl Derr Biggers
Similar movies  Loitering with Intent, Buzzkill, Lily in Love, Limitless, The Shining, Saving Mr. Banks
Tagline  Richard Dix plays the perfect part

Seven Keys to Baldpate is a 1930 sound film produced and distributed through RKO Pictures. It was the first sound film of the Earl Derr Biggers novel/ George M. Cohan play Seven Keys to Baldpate. While the film had a premiere on Christmas Day, 1929, its official release was not until the following month.

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Cast

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  • Richard Dix - William Halliwell Magee
  • Miriam Seegar - Mary Norton
  • Margaret Livingston - Myra Thornhill
  • Lucien Littlefield - Thomas Hayden
  • Joseph Allen Sr. - Peters, the Hermit
  • DeWitt Jennings - Mayor Jim Cargan
  • Nella Walker - Mrs. Irene Rhodes
  • Carleton Macy - Police Chief Kennedy
  • Alan Roscoe - Bland
  • Crauford Kent - Hal Bentley
  • Harvey Clark - Elijah Quimby
  • Edith Yorke - Mrs. Quimby
  • Reception

    The film made a profit of $100,000. The play was filmed several times by RKO.

    References

    Seven Keys to Baldpate (1929 film) Wikipedia
    Seven Keys to Baldpate (1929 film) IMDbSeven Keys to Baldpate (1929 film) LetterboxdSeven Keys to Baldpate (1929 film) themoviedb.org


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