A mystery writer named Leyden is intrigued by the tale of notorious criminal Dimitrios Makropolous, whose body was found washed up on the shore in Istanbul. He decides to follow the career of Dimitrios around Europe, to learn more about the man. Along the way, he is joined by mysterious Mr. Peters, who has his own motivation.
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Thrilling successor to "The Maltese Falcon"
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When Mr.Peters is in Leyden's room and gives him two letters, Leyden holds the letters with his left hand while holding a cigarette with the right. But in the next immediate cut, Leyden is now holding an ashtray with the left hand and extinguishing the cigarette with the right. In addition, he is no longer holding the letters as they are now lying on his lap. See more
Peterson was always too ingenious; and ingenuity is never a substitute for intelligence.
Breezin' Along With the Breeze
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by Seymour Simons
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