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Double Exposures (1937)

 -  Crime  -  May 1937 (UK)
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A industrialist has a row with his son, who leaves home. Meanwhile, both his assistant and solicitor conspire to embezzle a fortune in bonds. A plucky young newspaper reporter pursues the rich man's daughter.

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Complete credited cast:
Basil Langton ...
Peter Bradfield
Julien Mitchell ...
Hector Rodman
Ruby Miller ...
Mrs. Rodman
Brian Buchel ...
Geoffrey Cranswick
Mavis Clair ...
Jill Rodman
Fred Withers ...
Allbutt
Ivor Barnard ...
Mather
George Astley ...
George Rodman
Frank Birch ...
Kempton
Denis Cowles ...
Police Inspector
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A industrialist has a row with his son, who leaves home. Meanwhile, both his assistant and solicitor conspire to embezzle a fortune in bonds. A plucky young newspaper reporter pursues the rich man's daughter.

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May 1937 (UK)  »

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Alibi Breaker  »

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Enjoyable Quota Quickie
26 February 2011 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This film recently got an airing on satellite TV under the title "Alibi Breaker".The story is that Mr Rodman a successful businessman has a dissoloute son just sent down from university.He has run up lots of bills which his dad will pay if he is prepared to knuckle down and work.Mr Rodman has to lodge bearer bonds at a bank which are held by his solicitor.However the solicitor in conjunction with Rodmans secretary has conspired to steal the bonds.However the solicitor,played by the familiar Ivor Bernard,has decided not to split the proceeds and do a runner.However he is caught by the secretary as he is about to leave and in the ensuing struggle the solicitor is killed and the secretary does his best to cover his tracks.It is all very familiar stuff with all the usual pitfalls of quota quickies.However having said that it is still very entertaining,directed by John Paddy Carstairs who was to go on to better things after the war.


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