Trent's Last Case 1929

If we must have mystery stories six nights in the week, it's a relief to have an occasional one treated humorously. "Trent's Last Case" doesn't tax the mind with the fine points of criminal psychology. An amateur detective supplies laughable farce while the story of a man's suicide is unravelled. It's not startling enough to detract from the slight romance, supplied by Marceline Day and Larry Gray.

Photoplay June 1929

Books with substantial mentioning of Trent's Last Case
James Robert Parish and Michael R. Pitts
The Great Detective Pictures
Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1990
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Trent's Last Case
US 1929

Directed by

Nicholas Soussanin


Running time:5,834 ft. 1

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