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Run a Crooked Mile (1969)

A man witnesses a murder in a secluded mansion. When he reports it, there's no evidence of the murder, or that anyone was there. He finds a key on the floor and goes to his boss to get help... See full summary »

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Richard Stuart
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Elizabeth Sutton
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Dr. Ralph Sawyer (as Wilfrid Hyde White)
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Sir Howard Nettleton
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Lord Dunnsfield
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Miss Abernathy
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Mrs. Doyle
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Navvy (as Geoff Cheshire)

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A man witnesses a murder in a secluded mansion. When he reports it, there's no evidence of the murder, or that anyone was there. He finds a key on the floor and goes to his boss to get help when he's struck from behind. He wakes up in a hospital room after a polo accident to find he's had amnesia for two years, is now married, and living in Switzerland. He still has the key and the memories of the murder. He goes back to England to try to resolve the mystery. Written by Ralph Cabrerar <rcabrera@juno.com>

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18 November 1969 (USA)  »

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Le complot du silence  »

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Dr. Ralph Sawyer: [reading for the poetry club] In secret we met / In silence I grieve / That thy heart could forget, / Thy spirit deceive.
Richard Stuart: [interrupts and finishes] If I should meet thee / After long years, / How should I greet thee? / With silence - and tears.
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22 July 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

When I saw some of the comments the other week about the film not being released on VHS or DVD, I got out my copy of the film on VHS. I taped it back in the late 1980s and have watched it at least once a year! It hasn't been played for ages here in Australia and as I have a new DVD HDD recorder AND a VHS recorder still hooked up, I have copied it on to the disc drive, edited it and included a scene selection and can burn copies any time on to DVD. The quality from the near 20 year old tape is still pretty good and very watchable. I have edited out the old ad breaks but you will see the station logo at the beginning of scenes coming back from the break but there are no watermarks during scenes. There is a little bit of a voice-over on the end credits but it only goes for about 10 seconds. If any one wants a copy, I would be happy to oblige.


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