The Door with Seven Locks (1940 film)

1940 British film directed by Norman Lee

The Door with Seven Locks is a 1940 film about a murder that is found to be connected to a false heir and a secret underground torture chamber.

Directed by Norman Lee. Written by John Argyle, Gilbert Gunn, and Norman Lee.

Judy LansdowneEdit

  • When I was fifteen I spun a coin. Tails, home girl, cooking and knitting. Heads, adventure. Heads it was!
  • I love frolicking in morgues.
  • "If I go calling on corpses,I pick a sunny day for it!"


  • Insp. Cornelius 'Andy' Sneed: Women are like tiger cats. They ought to be caged at sixteen and shot at twenty!


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