|Shake Hands with Murder|
|Directed by||Albert Herman|
|Produced by||Albert Herman |
Donald C. McKean
|Written by||Martin Mooney |
John T. Neville
|Starring||Iris Adrian |
|Cinematography||Robert E. Cline|
|Edited by||George M. Merrick|
|Distributed by||Producers Releasing Corporation|
|April 22, 1944|
Shake Hands with Murder is a 1944 American comedy mystery film directed by Albert Herman and starring Iris Adrian, Frank Jenks and Douglas Fowley. The film is a B movie released by the low-budget distributor Producers Releasing Corporation.
Patsy Brent runs a small bail bond company. Her ambitious but dull-witted partner Eddie Jones secures bail for Steve Morgan a man accused of embezzling $100,000 from his bank. Brent is furious and is forced to track Morgan before he can skip the country. When the president of the bank is found murdered, she also suspects that Morgan may even be a killer as well. However he is trying to prove his innocence of the charge, and Brent is persuaded to assist him in finding the real culprit.
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