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The Traitors (1962)

 -  Drama | Thriller  -  May 1962 (UK)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Patrick Allen ...
John Lane
Jacqueline Ellis ...
Mary
James Maxwell ...
Ray Ellis
Zena Walker ...
Annette Lane
Ewan Roberts ...
Col. Burlinson
Jeffrey Segal ...
Dr. Lindt
Anne Padwick ...
Mrs. Lindt
Harold Goodwin ...
Edwards
John Brown ...
Mason
Sean Lynch ...
Porter
Jack May ...
Burton
Mark Singleton ...
Venner
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Arthur Barclay
A.J. Brown
Fanny Carby
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Very interesting spy thriller
5 July 2014 | by (london) – See all my reviews

Clearly this film was inspired by the revelations of various communist spies in the establishment and actual spy rings.This is a very neat and fast paced thriller with an exciting climax.It is also interesting for those of us living in London at the time what it was like.I have to say it looks rather down at heels with the grime of years of coal staining the buildings.No supermarkets yet,so a United Daries grocers shop next to the surgery with its windows full of tins.The cinema used is the Coronet Notting Hill.I am pleased to say that it is still operating and still looks pretty much the same inside.Anyway a thoroughly entertaining film.


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