Murder by Television

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Murder by Television is a 1935 film about the mysterious murder of a television innovator.

Directed by Clifford Sanforth. Written by Joseph O'Donnell.
A STORY OF A PERFECT CRIME  (taglines)

Arthur Perry[edit]

  • [explaining the mechanism of Dr. Houghland's death] They created the interstellar frequency, which is the death ray.
  • As Ah Ling would say... Even though the eyes may see, the mind will not believe.

James Houghland[edit]

  • I thought that television should be something more than just another form of amusement.

Other[edit]

  • Ah Ling: [while being questioned about the murder] Mr. Perry very good friend. Chinese do not repay friendship with death.

Dialogue[edit]

Hammond: You realize it's possible for a man of experience, with brains and ambition, to go far in this business?
Richard Grayson: Well, I've got the ambition.

Taglines[edit]

  • A STORY OF A PERFECT CRIME
  • An IMPERIAL-CAMEO PRODUCTION

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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