The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre: Season 4, Episode 5

Return to Sender (12 Mar. 1963)

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Episode complete credited cast:
Dino Steffano
Yvonne Romain ...
Geoffrey Keen ...
William Russell ...
Mike Cochrane
Jennifer Daniel ...
Beth Lindley
Paul Williamson ...
Tony Shaw
John Horsley ...
Supt. Gilchrist
Gerald Anderson
Richard Bird ...
Marianne Stone ...
Lucy Griffiths
Jack Wallis
Peter Fontaine
James Chase


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Originally, in September 1963 this was first released in Great Britain as second feature to Days of Wine and Roses (1962). It was then repackaged as an episode for export to Europe and America as a TV series. See more »

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unsatisfactory story.
27 February 2010 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This is a rather peculiar story.Nigel Davenport is charged with fraud and he believes his best way of getting off the charge is by nobbling the prosecution barrister.Further the barrister seems to take an active part in unravelling the plot.It is all rather strange.After all suppose he succeeded in his plot the Crown would find a barrister of equal stature.Everyone seems to be double crossing everyone else and not even the presence of such well known actors as Davenport,Geoffrey Keen and Conrad Phillips can save this film from sinking in a welter of implausibility.Obviously a story that Wallace only took to write in half an hour rather than the customary hour or two.

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