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Dead Man's Evidence (1962)

 -  Drama  -  August 1962 (UK)
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Spy David Baxter is sent to Ireland to investigate the death of a defected colleague apparently found dead on a beach. But is the body really him?

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Conrad Phillips ...
David Baxter
Jane Griffiths ...
Linda Howard
Veronica Hurst ...
Gay Clifford
Ryck Rydon ...
Mark Fallon
Godfrey Quigley ...
Supt. O'Brien
Bruce Seton ...
Col. James Somerset
Harry Webster ...
Andy
Maureen Halligan ...
Mrs. Mac
Laurie Leigh ...
Pat
Tommy Duggan ...
Mr. Casey
Alex MacIntosh ...
Paul Kay
Frank Sieman ...
Barman
Middleton Woods ...
Kim
Fergus O'Kelly ...
Night Porter
Gordon Waine ...
Hotel Waiter
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Spy David Baxter is sent to Ireland to investigate the death of a defected colleague apparently found dead on a beach. But is the body really him?

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28 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

This British quota quickie "B" movie seems to run four hours, instead of sixty-five minutes. It's all talk, talk, talk and no action. Despite location filming, production values are minimal. The story is so irretrievably juvenile that even on its own half-baked level, it comes across as stupid and illogical. The two girls – Jane Griffiths and Veronica Hurst – are reasonably talented and well worth watching, but with the exception of Bruce Seton, the other actors and the direction by Francis Searle match the screenplay – fifth rate at best! Incidentally. this was not Bruce Seton's last film, as is stated elsewhere in IMDb. That last film was actually Doctor Syn, Alias the Scarecrow (1963).


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