Curzon employs the brash and confident Logan to save his ailing business. However Logan's confidence is not matched by his ability and his desperate measures lead to a life threatening situation.

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Alfred Burke ...
Mitchell Logan
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Pauline Logan
Oliver Johnston ...
Bernard Curzon
Noel Trevarthen ...
Jack Bryce
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Shirley Curzon
Derek Francis ...
Arthur Tilsley
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Willy Kyser
Madeleine Christie ...
Hannah Chenko
Claire Nielson ...
Valentina Chenko (as Claire Isbister)
Frank Hawkins ...
Inspector Hawkins
Donald Eccles ...
Hargreaves
Melody O'Brian ...
Thelma
Edwin Brown ...
Commissionaire
Beresford Williams ...
Night watchman
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Fire Chief
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Curzon employs the brash and confident Logan to save his ailing business. However Logan's confidence is not matched by his ability and his desperate measures lead to a life threatening situation.

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Drama | Mystery

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January 1962 (UK)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Connections

Edited from Backfire (1962) See more »

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Man of Mystery
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Written by Michael Carr
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All rather predictable
31 January 2010 | by (london) – See all my reviews

this is a fairly average entry in the series.The problem is that the story is on very familiar ground so that it is very easy to guess what is going to happen next.The best films in this series are those which leave you guessing to the very end.This film is to do with a cosmetics firm which has financial troubles which according to Alfred Burke leaves them with only one alternative which is to burn down the factory.The only problem is that the staff don't know that.So you can guess at the ramifications.During the course of the evening in question Burke organises a film showing to cover his tracks.Heuses the Bell & Howeel Filmosound projector which i once owned.It always seemed to be in need of repair but i have fond memories of it.


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