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Complete credited cast:
Jon Deering
Inspector Bliss
Junia Crawford ...
Pat Dryden
Maurice Kaufmann ...
Rod Molloy
Paddy Joyce ...
Jack Bates
Tom Chatto ...
George Keefe
Det. Sgt. Nixon
John Miller ...
Colin Cleminson ...
Stanley Eames
Stuart Saunders ...
The Newspaper Editor
Bee Duffell ...
Mrs. Stokes
James Booth ...
Office Boy (as David Greever)
John Watson ...
Lucette Marimar ...


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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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January 1957 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Der Pedbury-Fall  »

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1.37 : 1
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A distinctively average British crime picture
10 May 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

THE GIRL IN THE PICTURE is your usual quota picture, a British crime thriller about a crusading journalist who's hunting down a pretty girl seen in an old photograph. The twist is that in said photo she's seen waving to the driver of a car later linked to an unsolved murder, so by tracking her down he hopes to find the murderer himself.

There are good and bad things about this movie. Donald Houston is a rather poor and uninteresting choice of lead, but Patrick Holt in support is much better as the wry detective. The lovely Junia Crawford had a brief B-movie career in the late 1950s before dying young. There are a handful of scene-setting moments that ably bring the 1950s to life, but Don Chaffey, who later directed JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS, does a strictly pedestrian job and can't seem to work up much steam. The villain is a weak and non-threatening one too. Scriptwriter Paul Ryder's best work was in the Stanley Baker heist thriller, A PRIZE OF ARMS.

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