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Burnt Evidence (1954)

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An unfaithful wife is going to leave her husband, a failing carpenter, but he finds out about her lover and a murder takes place. Police try to identify whether the burned body is her husband or her lover.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Jane Hylton ...
Diana Taylor
Duncan Lamont ...
Jack Taylor
Donald Gray ...
Jimmy Thompson
Meredith Edwards ...
Police Inspector Bob Edwards
Cyril Smith ...
Alf Quinney
Irene Handl ...
Mrs. Raymond
Hugo Schuster ...
Hartl
Kynaston Reeves ...
Pathologist
Hugh Moxey ...
Asst. Commissioner Edward Fox
Tony Hilton ...
Tubby
Stanley Vilven ...
Attwood
Hamilton Keene ...
Fire Officer (as Hamilton Keane)
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An unfaithful wife is going to leave her husband, a failing carpenter, but he finds out about her lover and a murder takes place. Police try to identify whether the burned body is her husband or her lover.

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13 July 1962 (East Germany)  »

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Verbrannte Beweise  »

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Music by Trevor Duncan
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Slow, creaky, but interesting nevertheless
18 November 2010 | by (Manchester ,England) – See all my reviews

One of a few films made by ACT in the early 1950s to give employment to British actors and technicians. Its slow and a bit tedious, playing out like an early TV play, possibly not surprising in that Ted Willis(Dixon Of Dock Green,etc.,) is credited with the screenplay. Ted Willis would go on to greater things and so would the Peter Hunt credited as assistant editor,assuming its the Peter Hunt who went on to direct On Her Majesties Secret Service. The cast, including the usual range of good British players, handle the talkative script as best they can, but there is an underlying feeling of doom about the whole thing. I still found it interesting...not especially entertaining, but worth a look if you're interested in the lower reaches of British 50s cinema .


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