Murder on a Honeymoon (1935) was a Comedy - Mystery Film directed by Lloyd Corrigan and produced by Kenneth Macgowan.
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Murder on a Honeymoon is a tepid outing for Edna May Oliver and James Gleason’s detecting duo. It’s the third in the series and, while Oliver and Gleason are back, it’s clear some of the magic was behind the camera. Robert Benchley and Seton I. Miller’s script is a little too... Read full article
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Hildegarde Withers: That'd be nice work for you, Oscar, if you could get it.
Oscar Piper: Little moments from the lives of great detectives - Hildegarde, ya get screwier every day.
Hildegarde Withers: Come all the way from New York just to be stupid in new surroundings?
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