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  1. The Hat Box Mystery (1947) - IMDb

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    Susan Hart, assistant to private detective Russ Ashton, is given a camera concealed in a hat box and assigned to take a picture of a woman. A gun is accidentally hidden in the box and the woman is killed.

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  2. List of Lippert Pictures films - Wikipedia

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    A list of films produced or released by the American distributor Lippert Pictures.Founded by Robert Lippert in 1945, the company's initial releases were often known as Screen Guild Productions.

  3. May 08, 2012 · THE HAT BOX MYSTERY. Screen Art Pictures, 1947. Tom Neal, Pamela Blake, Allen Jenkins, Virginia Sale. Director: Lambert Hillyer. There are a few remarkable things about this 45 minute movie, and the first is that it is a 45 minute movie, obviously the quick second half of a double feature on a Saturday matinee.

  4. The Hat Box Mystery (1947) — The Movie Database (TMDb)

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    Overview Susan Hart, assistant to private detective Russ Ashton, is given a camera concealed in a hat box and assigned to take a picture of a woman. A gun is accidentally hidden in the box and the woman is killed.

  5. Virginia Sale - Wikipedia

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    In 1947, she had a recurring role in back-to-back films centered on a detective character, Russ Ashton (played by Tom Neal): The Hat-box Mystery and The Case of the Baby Sitter. While a series based on the character might have been planned, these were the only two films produced about the character by Screen Art Pictures.

  6. Hat box - Wikipedia

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    A hat box (also commonly hatbox and sometimes hat bucket or hat tin)and occasionally referred to as a bandbox, is a container for storing and transporting headgear, protecting it from damage and dust. A more generic term for a box used to carry garments, including headgear, is a bandbox.

  7. Robert L. Lippert - Wikipedia

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    Robert Lenard Lippert (March 31, 1909 – November 16, 1976) was an American film producer and cinema chain owner. He was president and chief operating officer of Lippert Theatres, Affiliated Theatres and Transcontinental Theatres, all based in San Francisco, who eventually owned a chain of 139 theatres.

  8. Oct 01, 2018 · "The hat box mystery" 1947 mystery movie starring Tom Neal (whose big role was in the film detour) is a fun little crime mystery movie that was probably a failed television pilot. Typical 1940's detective spends most of his time getting his secretary out of trouble while trying to solve the crime.

  9. Nov 04, 2020 · Sharon Elliott discovered she was adopted when she was fifty-five years old. She was found in the middle of the Arizona desert in a hatbox on Christmas Eve 1931. Shocked by the circumstances surrounding her adoption, Sharon Elliott has been on the hunt to find her birth parents, and after 30 years of searching, she might have finally found them. Follow us as we retrace Sharon's journey ...

  10. The Hatbox Baby | Unsolved Mysteries Wiki | Fandom

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    Real Name: Unknown Case: Lost Family Location: Phoenix, Arizona Date: December 24, 1931 Details:Around 8 pm on Christmas Eve 1931, Sharon Stieg Elliott, a seven-day-old baby, was found concealed in a ladies hatbox and abandoned on an Arizona desert near Florence, Arizona. Ed and Julia Stewart's car had broken down 150 feet from where the tiny baby, wrapped in a blue blanket, lay in the hatbox ...