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When the director of a successful racing car company is shot dead the other directors have reason to believe their lives are at risk too. Suspect number one is an ex-employee just released from gaol who went down on their evidence. Written by
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As the racing car sets off for its first timed run, there is a shot of it as it passes the time-keepers (seen from behind) and the shadow of the microphone and boom is visible on the ground as the camera follows the car into the distance. See more »
With better direction and editing, this could have been a neat mystery-thriller. The experienced leads turn in professional performances - especially John Horsley as the detective - but the minor characters and the production values are well down to the standard of the budget.
"Quincy" and "Ironside" did this sort of thing much better a decade later.
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