Radioland Murders (1994)

A messy, madcap mystery set in the golden age of radio, RADIOLAND
MURDERS is the brainchild of George Lucas, who wrote the story and left
it on the shelf until he had the technology to film it on a small-scale
budget.  Several years and two sets of screenwriters later, the result
is a handsome but frantic film with nowhere near the charm of, say,

The production design is an art deco delight and the historical content
is pretty cool.  Too bad that hardly anyone in the cast registers and
that's no small feat for a film with over one-hundred speaking parts.
Save your money and rent THE HUDSUCKER PROXY.  Out today.

Filmed entirely in Wilmington.

Grade: C

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