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Brighthaven Express (1952)
"Salute the Toff" (original title)

 |  Crime, Drama  |  January 1952 (UK)
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The Toff solves the mystery of a missing employer.

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John Bentley ...
Carol Marsh ...
Fay Gretton
Valentine Dyall ...
Shelagh Fraser ...
Myra Lorne
June Elvin ...
Lady Anthea
Arthur Hill ...
Ted Harrison
Michael Golden ...
Benny Kless
Jill Allen ...
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Roddy Hughes ...
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Wally Patch ...
Vi Stevens ...
Tony Britton ...
Draycott
John Forbes-Robertson ...
Gerald Harvey
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The Toff solves the mystery of a missing employer.

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One of the "75 Most Wanted" films listed by the British Film Institute as "Missing, believed lost". See more »

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Based on the novel...
9 July 2003 | by (Perth, Western Australia) – See all my reviews

Based on 'Salute the Toff' by John Creasey, published in 1941. This was 6th in the series of 'Toff' novels, which were written/published between 1938 ('Introducing the Toff') and 1977 ('The Toff & the Crooked Copper').

Although uncredited on IMDB, Creasey is also the creator of George Gideon of Scotland Yard (the TV series 'Gideon's Way') and John Mannering aka The Baron (TV series 'The Baron).


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