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Suspected Person (1942)

An innocent man discovers the money stolen from an American bank and is then chased by the robbers and by the Police.
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Cast

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Jim Raynor
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Joan Raynor
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Inspector Thompson
Anne Firth ...
Carol
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Franklin
Eric Clavering ...
Dolan
Leslie Perrins ...
Tony Garrett
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David
John Salew ...
Jones
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Saunders
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An innocent man discovers the money stolen from an American bank and is then chased by the robbers and by the Police.

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police | thief | bank robbery | See All (3) »

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Crime | Thriller | Drama

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Release Date:

June 1942 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Es geht um 50.000 Dollar  »

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(RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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This is one of about three dozen British films picked up by CBS in 1949 for television presentation in New York City on WCBS (Channel 2). Its initial telecast took place Saturday 19 November 1949; in Los Angeles it first aired Monday 28 November 1949 on KLAC (Channel 13). See more »

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Clifford Evans dodges gangsters and Scotland Yard
11 February 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Almost a template for many of the British 'B' crime movies of the Fifties, this has Raynor (Clifford Evans) returning to England with the proceeds of a bank heist, pursued by two American gangsters he has double crossed. Another who was in on the robbery is shot in the first scene, which was a relief to me as I could scarcely understand a word he was saying. Raynor is taken in by his sister (Patricia Roc) with Scotland Yard soon in pursuit of the loot as well. Her third film, this was a major opportunity for Roc, and she took it with both hands, giving a strong performance, as well as notice she was on her way to being a major star.

This is fast-moving, and with moments of humour, it holds attention throughout. Patricia Roc's biographer, Michael Hodgson, recounts how Lawrence Huntington had a huge model of part of Euston station constructed in the studio, probably the reason why production values seem skimped in some other scenes. Though not an obvious choice for leading man in a film of this type, Clifford Evans does a good job and David Farrar, another star on the way up, is ideal as the man from the Yard.


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