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  • Genre: Comedy | Mystery
  • Release Date: 8 August 1941 (USA)
  • Runtime: 78 min
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  • Rate: 6.9/10 total 449 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Mystery
  • Release Date: 8 August 1941 (USA)
  • Runtime: 78 min
  • Filming Location: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios – 10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA
  • Director: S. Sylvan Simon
  • Stars: Red Skelton, Conrad Veidt, Ann Rutherford | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Bronislau Kaper   
  • Sound Mix: Mono (Western Electric Sound System)
  • Plot Keyword: Murder | Radio | Fiance | Murder Plot | Heir

Whistling in the Dark (1941) Writing Credits By:

  • Robert MacGunigle (screenplay) &
  • Harry Clork (screenplay) and
  • Albert Mannheimer (screenplay)
  • Laurence Gross (play) and
  • Edward Childs Carpenter (play)
  • Eddie Moran  contributing writer (uncredited)
  • Elliott Nugent  contributing writer (uncredited)

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Whistling in the Dark (1941) Plot: Radio crime show host 'The Fox' along with his fiancée and ex-girlfriend are kidnapped by a larcenous cult who demand that he help them plan a perfect murder. Full summary » |  »

Whistling in the Dark (1941) Story: The operators of ‘Silver Haven’, a cultish group bilking gullible rich people out of money, is set to inherit a large sum after the deceased woman’s heir also dies. Leader Joesph Jones decides to hurry the process along and kidnaps Wally Benton, his fiance and a friend to further this goal. Wally is “The Fox”, a radio sleuth who solves murders on the air. Jones wants him to devise a perfect murder and isn’t above killing others sloppily along the way to get his foolproof murder plot. Written byRon Kerrigan <mvg@whidbey.com>

FullCast & Crew

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  • George Haight known as producer

Watch Whistling in the Dark (1941) Movie Free FullCast & Crew:

  • Red Skelton known as Wally Benton
  • Conrad Veidt known as Joseph Jones
  • Ann Rutherford known as Carol Lambert
  • Virginia Grey known as 'Fran' Post
  • Rags Ragland known as Sylvester (as 'Rags' Ragland)
  • Henry O'Neill known as Philip Post
  • Eve Arden known as 'Buzz' Baker
  • Paul Stanton known as Jennings
  • Donald Douglas known as Gordon Thomas (as Don Douglas)
  • Don Costello known as 'Noose' Green
  • William Tannen known as Robert Graves
  • Reed Hadley known as Beau Smith
  • Mariska Aldrich known as Hilda
  • Lloyd Corrigan known as Harvey Upshaw
  • George M. Carleton known as Deputy Commissioner O'Neill (as George Carleton)
  • Will Lee known as Herman
  • Ruth Robinson known as Mrs. Robinson
  • Dorothy Adams known as Mrs. Farrell (uncredited)
  • James Adamson known as Airline Attendant (uncredited)
  • Barbara Bedford known as Cult Member / Telephone Operator (uncredited)
  • Billy Bletcher known as Radio Effects Man (uncredited)
  • Ken Christy known as Inspector Rogers in Show (uncredited)
  • Dora Clement known as Mrs. Upshaw (uncredited)
  • Inez Cooper known as Stewardess (uncredited)
  • Mark Daniels known as Co-Pilot (uncredited)
  • Joe Devlin known as Taxi Driver (uncredited)
  • John Dilson known as Hugo Vanderhoff in Show (uncredited)
  • Lester Dorr known as Dispatcher (uncredited)
  • Paul Ellis known as Captain of Waiters (uncredited)
  • Betty Farrington known as Mrs. Moriarity (uncredited)
  • Al Hill known as Flintwood Policeman (uncredited)
  • Robert Homans known as Flintwood Policeman (uncredited)
  • Jennie Mac known as Mrs. Kendall (uncredited)
  • Roger Moore known as Airplane Passenger (uncredited)
  • Dorothy Morris known as Telephone Operator (uncredited)
  • John Picorri known as Gatekeeper (uncredited)
  • Bob Reeves known as Minor Role (uncredited)
  • Ronald R. Rondell known as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Mel Ruick known as Studio Engineer (uncredited)
  • Larry Steers known as Harry – Studio Manager (uncredited)
  • Brick Sullivan known as Flintwood Policeman (uncredited)
  • Leon Tyler known as Gerry Farrell (uncredited)
  • Emmett Vogan known as Show Producer (uncredited)
  • John Wald known as Radio Announcer (voice) (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Whistling in the Dark (1941) Art Department:
  • Gabriel Scognamillo known as associate art director




Watch Whistling in the Dark (1941) Movie Free Production Companies:

  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (controlled by Loew's Incorporated)

Watch Whistling in the Dark (1941) Online Free Megavideo Other Companies:

  • MGM/UA Home Video  VHS package design
  • Turner Entertainment  DVD package design
  • Turner Entertainment  VHS package design
  • Warner Bros. Entertainment  DVD package design

Whistling in the Dark (1941) Distributors:

  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (1941) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (1941) (UK) (theatrical)
  • MGM/UA Home Video (1993) (USA) (VHS)
  • Warner Home Video (2010) (USA) (DVD) (DVD-R included in "Red Skelton Whistling Collection")



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  1. beatlesfavband from Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54901
    25 Nov 2013, 2:18 pm

    While many pass this off as a B movie it is, indeed, a first class comedythat is well-written and acted. Red Skelton is great as Wally Bentonbetterknown to radio fans as The Fox. Ann Rutherford is perfect as Wally’sfianceCarol Lambert. Conrad Veidt leads a very well cast gang of criminals. Iread one account of this movie which states that Vincente Minelli directedthis film, not unless he changed his name to S. Sylvan Simon, who directedall three of the Fox movies. This is a very entertaining film made whenimagination was encouraged. So get over your black and white prejudice ifyou have one, sit back and enjoy a truly great comedy. This was alsoRed’sfirst starring role. Take note during the climax of the reference to OrsonWelles’ War Of the Worlds broadcast.

  2. Wayne Malin (wwaayynnee51@hotmail.com) from United States
    25 Nov 2013, 2:18 pm

    Red Skelton (in his first starring role) plays Wally Benton who plays ‘TheFox’ on a radio show. He writes the murder mysteries and as ‘The Fox’solves them. Joseph Jones (Conrad Veidt) is trying to figure out how toperform the perfect murder on someone. He kidnaps Benton, his girlfriend(Ann Rutherford) and another girlfriend (Virginia Grey). He tells Benton towrite out the perfect murder…or his girlfriends get it…

    Very funny and enjoyable movie. Fast-moving (it’s only 77 minutes), a goodscript and perfect casting really puts this across. Skelton is very good inhis first starring role–very funny, fast, handsome and intelligent. Veidtis excellent as the evil Jones. Rutherford and Grey are lots of fun asSkelton’s girlfriends. All three of them play off each otherperfectly–their verbal sparring is the highlight of this pic. Also fun tosee Eve Arden in a small role.

    Well worth your time.

  3. theowinthrop from United States
    25 Nov 2013, 2:18 pm

    This film was the second done by Vincent Minelli in his movie directingcareer. Like the first one I DOOD IT he was directing Red Skelton. The twofilms were assigned to Minelli as a test of his abilities, and he did sowell that he was never assigned to B-Features again. Skelton was shown togood advantage (in most of his comedies Skelton usually gave goodperformances) as a radio personality, "THE FOX" who knows all you need toknow about crime to solve cases. He is kidnapped with his girl friend byConrad Veidt’s gang. Veidt is a cult leader, who learns he is a prospectiveheir to one of his rich followers, provided her direct heir (LloydCorrigan)predeceases her. Veidt needs a perfect crime, and "The Fox" isjust the man to give it to him.

    It is a wonderful comedy. Besides Skelton’s comic abilities, Veidt tooshows a funny side rarely apparent in his dramatic (and villainous) roles -imagine Major Strasser telling Capt. Reynaud an off-colored joke inCASABLANCA. At the start of the film, having just given his stooge followershis typical guru speech on control and peace and love, Veidt learns aboutthe existance of Corrigan as a threat to his plans for wealth. He startsacting like another notable German of the 1940s, screaming and ranting, andyelling at his followers how can he teach the world of love and peace whenthis impediment is in his way! Later, when part of the live audiencelistening to Skelton’s "Fox" radio program, he learns that the villain inthe program was an imposter that Skelton recognized, because he was wearinga turban the wrong way (it was tied on the left instead of the right, orsomething like that). A surprised Veidt (who could very well wear a turbanamong his followers) tells his side-kick, "I didn’t know that!" as thoughanyone is interested.

    The lines go fast and furious in this film, up to a surprise at the end ofthe film from Corrigan, that actually makes much of the frantic antics ofthe forced "perfect crime" plot seem hopeless from thestart.Definitely worthwhile if you want some good laughs.

  4. J. Wellington Peevis from Malltown
    25 Nov 2013, 2:18 pm

    There are 3 of these movies, all similarly crafted and each extremelyamusing. Red plays radio sleuth Wally Benton, aka The Fox who getswrangledinto solving real life crimes along with his fiance played by your typicalwartime girl next door looker, Ann Rutherford. Many of the one-liners andgags are dumb and probably were in the 1940s which I anticipated. But,justas many actually made me laugh out loud, which was unexpected to say theleast. Red Skelton has a surprisingly strong screen presence, surprising Isay because I grew up with a much older version of the man who’s charmreally didnt play well in my formidable years. I have to give these moviesthe go ahead though -if your in the mood for this type of nostalgic fare.Ialmost threw in light hearted, but in truth people get wasted and beatenupand dare i say it, the suspense at times is well above average. As withmostmovies from this era, it gets a PI (politically incorrect) rating forreasons you can well imagine. Wartime is funny that way I guess, and sothenagain are these movies. Watch one, watch them all.

  5. blanche-2 from United States
    25 Nov 2013, 2:18 pm

    Red Skelton plays a radio detective known as "The Fox" in "Whistling inthe Dark," also starring Ann Rutherford, Conrad Veidt, Eve Arden,Virgina Grey and Rags Ragland. Wally Benton, aka "The Fox" finds hisplans to marry his fiancé Carol (Rutherford) thwarted when he'skidnapped by a the leader of a sham cult (Veidt). Joseph Jones (Veidt)has just learned that his cult, The Silver Haven, is not getting apromised inheritance because of the existence of the old woman'snephew, who is going to be living off of the interest. He wants Wallyto devise a perfect murder plot so the man can be killed on theairplane en route to meet with his attorney. For backup, and becausehe's not sure which one is Wally's fiancé, Jones kidnaps Carol and alsothe radio sponsor's daughter (Grey).

    This, to me anyway, is a superior film to the second entry in thisseries, "Whistling in Dixie." The plot is better, the cast is better,there is less slapstick and fewer corny jokes. Skelton, when he's notmaking faces and rolling his eyes, is quite amiable, and Rutherford isvery good. Veidt always played these evil men to perfection. Eve Ardenis Wally's agent, who arranges a date for him and Grey to make sure hiscontract is renewed. I had only seen Grey in films from the 1950sonward. She was always a good-looking woman, but who knew she was sucha knockout in the '30s and '40s? This is a fun film with a neat cast.

  6. triassic4 from Fort Lauderdale, FL
    25 Nov 2013, 2:18 pm

    If WARNER/MGM had their way (of which they DO!)….we will NOT LIKELYever see these 3 Classic RED SKELTON "Whistling" series comedies onDVD! RED SKELTON stars as Wally Benton, THE FOX ("OOOOOOO!"), a Radiostar detective in WHISTLING IN THE DARK, WHISTLING IN DIXIE andWHISTLING IN BRROKLYN. I purchased the VHS copies of these great filmsquite a few years back (before DVD’s) ~ they are definitely ‘keepers’!Again, I pass on the film commentaries, because the IMDb reviewers areon target with these flix. What always concerns me is the PUSH neededfor someone to read these reviews (from the Production offices ofWARNER/MGM)…."HELLO!"….and realize that Classic film fans andconsumers WANT (and DEMAND) these films be made available for DVD! Andthis goes for you other clowns at FOX, COLUMBIA, UNIVERSAL, or whatevercorporate names you have absorbed (MCA, SONY, RCA, etc). Pay attentionto your fans and show us the respect we deserve by producing MOREquality Classic films!!!!!!! As to quote STAN LEE, "Nuff Said!"

  7. Ash-65 from USA
    25 Nov 2013, 2:18 pm

    If that cracks you up, you’ll be deliriously happy for an hour and twentyminutes. If you’re not amused, watch Red Skelton say it. If you’re funnybone still hasn’t been tickled, go away. Otherwise, Whistling in the Dark isa good bet, even for family.

  8. utgard14 from USA
    25 Nov 2013, 2:18 pm

    Fast-paced enjoyable Red Skelton comedy hits on all cylinders. Greatdirection, great script, superb cast. Skelton is wonderful in his firststarring role. Ann Rutherford is absolutely adorable as his fiancée.Something about her I've always loved since I first saw her in the AndyHardy films. Virginia Grey is the other girl who wants Red and she'sfiery and spunky and lots of fun as well. The way the three of themteam up to handle the bad guys is terrific. Conrad Veidt is excellentas the heavy, as are all of his henchman. There's more support from thelikes of the great Eve Arden, Lloyd Corrigan, and Henry O'Neill. It'sreally a first-rate cast in a very fun and funny movie.

  9. gridoon2013
    25 Nov 2013, 2:18 pm

    I had never seen a Red Skelton film until now. Based on "Whistling InThe Dark" alone, I think he is probably an underrated comedian. Some ofhis expressions and double takes are quite funny. But he is also backedup here by a wonderful supporting cast: having to choose between AnnRutherford and Virginia Grey would be any man's dream dilemma, andConrad Veidt is perfectly cast as the bogus cult leader. Pleasurably,the women don't just sit back and scream when a big fight breaks out atthe end – they (literally) jump right into it! The movie offers laughs(nearly all of the characters have some gems in their dialogue – "Youcan put my mind at ease by not using yours" – but you must listencarefully) and some genuine suspense as well – but as has already beenmentioned, what's up with the title? The Fox doesn't whistle, he howls!*** out of 4.

  10. moonspinner55 from las vegas, nv
    25 Nov 2013, 2:18 pm

    Red Skelton, achingly young but as engaging and comically flexible asever, is ideally-cast as Wally Benton, a radio personality andfictional sleuth nicknamed "The Fox", who is kidnapped for real by anefarious cult leader eager to get his hands on an inheritance–whichmeans implicating Benton in a murder. Adaptation of the play byLaurence Gross and Edward Childs Carpenter is pure fun, with anexceptionally strong supporting cast running high on adrenaline. ConradVeidt, that great eternal-villain, is the amusingly icy con-man whorobs the rich and keeps for himself, while Ann Rutherford is charmingas Skelton's girlfriend. She and Red were quickly re-teamed for twomore "Whistling" comedies. Well-produced and often ridiculously funny.*** from ****

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