A wealthy blind man is determined to build a cricket pavilion as a memorial to his dead son, who was killed in battle in World War II. Not long before the dedication ceremony is to be held,... See full summary »
Jo Lake and Mark Davies, working the "outraged husband" racket, fall foul of the sinister Kleinie. Jo, all for quitting, is persuaded by Mark to find one more victim before they leave and ... See full summary »
Taxicab driver Tom Banning is led to an abandoned bomb-site by an eight-year-old girl as an April-fool prank. The girl is later found murdered and Manning is picked up by Scotland Yard for ... See full summary »
William Sylvester plays a blind but very successful composer who's wife played by the scheming Barbara Shelley has a lover on the side, an artist played by Alex Davion.
Things get complicated when Shelley sends her lover round to bump off her husband to get her hands on his money.
But things go badly wrong when Davion is confronted by Sylvester and told the real truth about his wife, "I may be blind but I'm not stupid" claims Sylvester.
Meanwhile Sylvester's loving secretary is doing all in her power to get her boss into her arms but he will have none of it, he then sets up his wife and catches her with her real lover who happens to be Sylvester's manager who pro-fuses to hate Sylvester's wife but in fact they are having an affair.
Neat little thriller with good performances all round.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?