One of the greatest mystery plays of the year was 'The Rear Car,' by Edward Rose. The play ran for a long period at the Majestic Theatre in Los Angeles with Richard Bennett in the role of 'crime deflector.' Many were of the opinion that it was the best mystery play since 'The Bat.' The Goldwyn company made the screen version of this mystifying piece. 'Red Lights,' as the screen version is called, was directed by Clarence Badger and has in the cast many of the screen's best artists, including Raymond Griffith, Marie Prevost, Johnny [sic] Walker and Alice Lake.
The World Theatre: 'Red Lights'
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Clarence G. Badger
Alice D.G. Miller (adaptation)
The wealthy owner of a railroad is about to be reunited with his daughter, who was kidnapped in her childhood. However, a mysterious figure is attempting to frighten the girl away by having...
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