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Night After Night After Night (1969)

| Drama, Crime, Horror | 1969 (UK)
A Jack the Ripper-type serial killer is loose in London. Suspicion falls on a transvestite judge.

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Credited cast:
Jack May ...
Judge Charles Lomax
Justine Lord ...
Helena Lomax
Gilbert Wynne ...
Inspector Bill Rowan
Linda Marlowe ...
Jenny Rowan
Terry Scully ...
Carter
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Pete Laver
Peter Forbes-Robertson ...
Powell
Jacqueline Clarke ...
Josie Leach
Jack Smethurst ...
Chief Inspector
Michael Nightingale ...
Martingale, solicitor
Simon Lack ...
Endell's Q.C.
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shirley Easton ...
Stripper #2
John Gabriel ...
Counsel
Carol Haddon ...
Prostitute #1
April Harlow ...
Stripper #1
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A Jack the Ripper-type serial killer is loose in London. Suspicion falls on a transvestite judge.

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Here come da judge!
2 August 2006 | by (Denver, Colorado and Santiago, Chile) – See all my reviews

This movie is not nearly as good as Jorge Grau's very similar "Pena del Muerte", but it is in English (or in British anyway). It is surprisingly sleazy for a British film of that time period with a generous amount of depravity on display. A modern-day Jack the Ripper is stalking the mini-skirted young lasses of Swinging London. A hedonistic youth who is (quite unaccountably) a metaphoric ladykiller is suspected of being the real one by the lead detective on the case. Not surprisingly though, the real killer is someone much more entrenched in the establishment, which the detective hero only discovers after his pretty young wife has become a potential victim.

This movie is similar to the seemingly reactionary but actually very subversive and anti-authoritarian movies Pete Walker would be making five years later ("House of the Whipcord", "The Confessional"). But unfortunately it is pretty ham-handedly executed and just not very good. It does offer a view of Swinging London at the time that it was all actually happening, but it is a rather myopic view and is seen more from the perspective of the moralistic detective and dirty old rotter magistrate than from the hip youth of the the era (the only real nude scene for instance is a skanky stripper doffing it all for some gaping oldsters in a seedy nightclub). It is very sleazy, if you consider that a plus. And even though the identity of the killer is pretty apparent, the ending is memorable. It's not as hypocritical at least as many British films of the era that railed against jaded youth while missing no opportunity to look up their mini-skirts or inside their blouses. Worth a look anyway.


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