By Whose Hand? 1932

On the night express train from Los Angeles to San Francisco everyone’s a suspect when a jewelry magnate is found stabbed to death and an escaped killer is feared on board. It’s up to newspaper reporter Jimmy Hawley, Ben Lyon to unravel the secrets of the motley group of passengers and find the killer before he strikes again in this tense and atmospheric whodunit.


31 Replies to “By Whose Hand? 1932”

  1. A must see movie OUTSTANDING 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

  2. A passenger train going from LA to San Francisco and it only has 3 cars on it, what a farce. No caboose, the union made them carry a caboose with 3 men until the 80s even though they didn't need because of automatic switches. What a shambles the Commie unions are

  3. Wonderful film. Thanks for posting it. Beautiful quality. Ben Lyon never better! Maybe I'm corny but I thought Tom Dugan was hilarious as the drunk. Because it's a "B" pic, it doesn't get the credit it deserves. 65 entertaining minutes. I'd rate it one of the best films of 1932.

  4. You have to really appreciate the work of the film and sound crews on these old movies. No CGI to cover their butts back then, and if the shot didn't work you back that train up 5 miles and try again.

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