How about a nice B-movie about a stolen Shakespeare folio, a crooked cop, a good cop, forgery, some pissed-off Nazis, and a library.
Since we all love libraries, this flick is a keeper.
Plus, a great cast with George Sanders as a baddie, Gail Patrick as an unscupulous dealers, Richard Deming as the good cop, and Sidney Blacker as a Nazi.
Directed by John Francis Larkin, who also adapted the script from Lawrence Blockman's novella "Death Walks in Marble Halls" (American Magazine, September 1942; also published as Murder Walks in Marble Halls, 1951).
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