A suspense thriller with virtually the entire cast under suspicion of murder. In this, the third of at least 4 film versions of the Edgar Wallace story, John Longden plays the police inspector for the second time. The inspector and a police surgeon team up to find the killer who has just announced his (or her) intention to kill a lawyer. Written by
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Edgar Wallace's Greatest Thriller
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Det. Insp. Alan Wembury
Samuel Cuthbert 'Sam' Hackett
Oh no - I've always wanted to 'ave me throat cut, ever since I was a boy in velvet drawers...
Opening credits of film are shown by a policeman directing his torchlight onto, what appear to be, theatre playbills. See more
Version of The Gaunt Stranger
from "Tristan und Isolde"
Music by Richard Wagner See more