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Account Rendered (1957)

Police find that everyone had a motive for the murder of a wealthy woman.

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Ursula Howells ...
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Carl Bernard ...
Mary Jones ...
Nella Langford (as Mary Tenes)
Philip Gilbert ...
John Van Eyssen ...
Robert Raikes ...
Gordon Phillott ...
Rigby
Doris Yorke ...
Landlady
Vernon Smythe ...
Colonel Jarvis
Gerda Larsen ...
Blondi
Harry Ross ...
Barry Steele ...
Barman
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Police find that everyone had a motive for the murder of a wealthy woman.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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August 1957 (UK)  »

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Die Rechnung ist beglichen  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.66 : 1
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This was first released to theaters in England as a second feature. Four years later it was screened on American television as the third episode of Kraft Mystery Theater (1959). See more »

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Edited into Kraft Mystery Theater: Account Rendered (1961) See more »

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Dramatic Pointers
(uncredited)
Music by Trevor Duncan
Published by Boosey & Hawkes
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My brief review of the film
16 September 2005 | by (Perth, Australia) – See all my reviews

A pretty run-of-the-mill, but yet still reasonably entertaining British murder mystery, there are a few well-done bits, but not quite enough for them to really be notable. The characters, the acting and the story never rise above the ordinary, however it can at least be said that they never fall below the mark either. The special weather effects for lightning, achieved by scratching actual film, are a sight to see, even if they look quite fake. There is not much else to strongly recommend this early English film on, but if comes to television, it is perhaps worth a look. Honor Blackman would, of course, later go on to be Pussy Galore.


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