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The Hundred Pound Window (1944)

 -  Crime | Drama | Thriller  -  3 April 1944 (UK)
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An accountant is forced by circumstances to take a job at the racetrack. He is working at the betting window when he is drawn into a gang of criminals and their illegal schemes.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Anne Crawford ...
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George Graham
Frederick Leister ...
Ernest Draper
Mary Clare ...
Millie Draper
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Tommy Draper
Niall MacGinnis ...
Chick Slater
David Hutcheson ...
Steve Halligan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Claud Allister ...
Hon. Freddie
Claude Bailey ...
John D. Humphries
Hazel Bray ...
Cabaret Singer
Peter Gawthorne ...
Van Rayden
Anthony Hawtrey ...
Evans
David Horne ...
Baldwin
Francis Lister ...
Capt. Johnson
Ruby Miller ...
Mrs. Remington
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An accountant is forced by circumstances to take a job at the racetrack. He is working at the betting window when he is drawn into a gang of criminals and their illegal schemes. Written by Steve Crook <steve@brainstorm.co.uk>

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For some years this was on the British Film Institute's list of 'lost' films until a 16mm print was found. See more »

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The 21 Year Old Richard Attenborough
17 November 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Since his screen debut in 1942, Dickie Attenborough received screen roles each year. His characters were quite insipid, especially when he played panzy young Englishmen who have no relevance to a contemporary audience.


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