When a pharmacist's assistant prescribes the wrong medicine to three patients for whom the mistake could prove fatal, the race is on track them down before they pop their pills (and consequently pop their clogs!).
A 22-minute programme filler from Hammer Studios, Danger List is poorly written, melodramatic tosh, the kind of thing I imagine cinema-goers in the 50s would have been only too happy to turn up late for. A decent cast (which includes a young Honor Blackman) struggle with the clumsy script, but fail to generate the level of excitement or intense drama that was clearly intended, despite the film wandering into controversial territory with the unexpected themes of euthanasia and suicide.
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