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The Lamp in Assassin Mews (1962)

| Comedy
A stubborn couple plan to defend a treasured lamp from those who want to remove it from its rightful place.

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(as M.M. McCormick)
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Francis Matthews ...
Jack
Lisa Daniely ...
Mary Clarke
Ian Fleming ...
Albert Potts
Amy Dalby ...
Victoria Potts
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Ruth
Anne Lawson ...
Ella
Derek Tansley ...
Jarvis
John Lewis ...
Harpingdon
Ann Lancaster ...
Mrs. Dowling
Colin Tapley ...
Inspector
Douglas Ives ...
Gault
Dorothea Phillips ...
Mrs. Burke
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A stubborn couple plan to defend a treasured lamp from those who want to remove it from its rightful place.

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oddball black comedy
28 November 1999 | by (massachusetts) – See all my reviews

The Showtime cable network a few years ago showed several British black and white movies from the early 60's that were each a little over an hour long. I found a few of them enjoyable (at least they were short!). This oddball comedy is about an elderly couple who kill a couple of people for reasons I really can't remember. (Assassin Mews is the name of the street they live on). Nothing special but painless attempt at making murder hilarious.


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