Secret of the Chateau
is an American thriller film first released on 3rd December 1934,
directed by Richard Thorpe.
Cinematography was by Robert H. Planck.
It is based on a story by Lawrence G. Blochman and stars Claire Dodd, Alice White, Osgood Perkins, Jack La Rue and George E. Stone.
It is an Universal Pictures production, produced by Lou L. Ostrow and distributed by Universal Pictures.
The film was released with the tagline: "Shadows Come to Life! Traps Snare Women! Trunks Swallow Men! Bells Toll Out Death!"
It is a black and white film and runs to 1 hour and 6 minutes.
Our overall rating for Secret of the Chateau
is: good - passable entertainment.
Other memorable films that have been directed by Richard Thorpe include: The King of the Kongo
King of the Wild
The Horizontal Lieutenant
(1962). The actor Claire Dodd has also appeared in: Lawyer Man
The Broken Wing
Journal of a Crime
The Case of the Velvet Claws
Other films that you may be interested in are: Fritz Lang's Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
Richard Fleischer's The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing
George Cukor's Keeper of the Flame
Jacques Feyder's Macadam
Lionel Jeffries's The Railway Children