Quiet Please, Murder

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Quiet Please, Murder
Quiet Please, Murder (1942) 1.jpg
Film still with Richard Denning and Gail Patrick
Directed by John Larkin
Produced by Ralph Dietrich
Written by Lawrence G. Blochman (story)
John Larkin
Starring George Sanders
Gail Patrick
Richard Denning
Music by Emil Newman
Cinematography Joseph MacDonald
Edited by Louis R. Loeffler
Distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Release date
  • December 21, 1942 (1942-12-21) (New York City)
  • March 19, 1943 (1943-03-19) (United States)
Running time
70 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Quiet Please, Murder is a 1942 drama directed by John Larkin, starring George Sanders, Gail Patrick and Richard Denning. Based on the short story Death Walks in Marble Halls by Lawrence G. Blochman that appeared in American Magazine (Sep 1942).[1] The film is also known under the title Death from the Sanskrit.


Jim Fleg, a book thief/forger, sells a fake book to a Nazi through Myra Blandy, a female agent.



  1. ^ Quiet Please, Murder, Turner Classic Movies

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