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The Locked Door (1929) was a Mystery - Drama Film directed by George Fitzmaurice and produced by George Fitzmaurice.

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The Locked Door (1929).

By Dawn on Dec 15, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

The Locked Door(1929). Drama film featuring Barbara Stanwyck in her second film appearance, first starring role, and first talking picture. It was based on the play The Sign on the Door by Channing Pollock. Other cast members: Rod La Rocque, William "Stage" Boyd, and Betty Bronson. Frank Devereaux,... Read full article

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Frank Devereaux: Shoot yourself in the head, and if you live, you can become a Waiter.

Ann Carter: You won't gain anything by keeping me here!
Frank Devereaux: Oh, I like you in a temper. I want to hold you close, knowing you don't want to be held.

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A nitrate print of this film with sound discs survive in the UCLA Film and Television Archives
Zasu Pitts' first name is spelled "Zazu" in the opening credits.
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