Crime reporter Jack Moir is framed by crooked nightclub owner, 'The Duke'. In prison, Moir plans his revenge.

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Conrad Phillips ...
Jack Moir
George Pastell ...
Sebastian 'The Duke' Dukelow
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Bill MacKenzie
Linda Marlowe ...
Diana Travers
Richard Klee ...
Wally Wheeler
Anita West ...
Melanie Calf
John Rees ...
Charlie Wright
Frank Pettitt ...
Sid the foreman
Edward Ogden ...
Maury Parfitt
Jean Trend ...
Hilda, the secretary
Desmond Cullum-Jones ...
Prison warder
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Police Inspector (as Michael Pratt)
Don Barkham
Cecil Waters
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Crime reporter Jack Moir is framed by crooked nightclub owner, 'The Duke'. In prison, Moir plans his revenge.

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February 1963 (UK)  »

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Jack Moir is the crime reporter for the "Evening Record". See more »

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On closer inspection the "Daily Express" headliner about Moir's arrest actually seems to be about Fidel Castro. See more »

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Very corny, poor fight scenes, VERY 1960s
20 December 1998 | by (Wingfield, Beds, UK) – See all my reviews

This was shown in UK TV in the middle of the night recently (Dec 1998) and I was transfixed by its amateurishness. The fight scenes were so unconvincing, I think I could have arranged them and the script was cliche ridden.

It's worth seeing just to see how bad it is.


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