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After The Thin Man
After The Thin Man was filmed in 1936 about retired detective Nick Charles played by William Powell and his wife Nora Charles played by Myrna Loy as they return home to San Francisco on New Year's Eve. They are invited to Nora's Aunt Katherine for dinner but the true reason is Aunt Katherine wants Nick to find her good-for-nothing son-in-law Robert. They find Robert at a nightclub run by a thug named Dancer where Robert has been carrying on an affair with a singer named Polly. Unknown to Robert he has been a pawn used by Phil Dancer and Polly to extort money from as he extorts money from David Graham played by James Stewart. After being paid off by David to leave Selma he returns home to get some clothes and jewelry. Robert leaves the house and is shot dead at the stroke of midnight with Selma standing over his body. The police hold her as the number one suspect due to unstable mental state. Selma insists that she never fired the gun and Nick searches fr the true murderer. Two more murders occur and the suspect list grows Nick Charles solves the case when the murderer slips up during the final interrogation of all suspects in the apartment above Polly's.
The following weapons were used in the film After The Thin Man: