After Anne Fenwick is killed by gold-digging boyfriend 'Bunny' de Crecy, her niece Julia, unaware of Anne's fate, asks Jeff to locate her, telling him that she attended a seance given by ... See full summary »

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Mike Pratt ...
Kenneth Cope ...
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Arthur de Crecy
Doris Hare ...
Madame Hanska
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Elliot
Anne De Vigier ...
Julia Fenwick
Frances Bennett ...
Anne Fenwick
Raymond Young ...
Rawlings
Cyril Renison ...
Andrews (as Cyril Renision)
Betty Woolfe ...
Martha
Chris Gannon ...
Salesman
Joby Blanshard ...
Police Inspector
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After Anne Fenwick is killed by gold-digging boyfriend 'Bunny' de Crecy, her niece Julia, unaware of Anne's fate, asks Jeff to locate her, telling him that she attended a seance given by Madame Hanska every week. Jeannie poses as a recent widow wanting news of her husband but Elliot, a man who befriends her, exposes her to Madame Hanska, as Marty discovers. Marty 'appears' to the medium and frightens her into admitting the scam whereby she sends lonely rich women into de Crecy's clutches and Jeff confronts him in the room where he killed Anne, with Marty contributing to an explosive situation. Written by don @ minifie-1

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References to Anne Fenwick appear to have been redubbed in post-production (this is most notable whenever Mike Pratt refers to her since his lips clearly form another name), perhaps indicating her character underwent a change of name after filming completed. See more »

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Jeff is taken to a location just outside a football stadium. Football scenes are then shown inside the stadium but these are from two different Wembley matches. In the first a team in red shirts and white shorts is playing a team in all white. This may be from the Manchester United-Leicester City FA Cup Final in 1963. However a few moments later scenes from the 1966 World Cup Final between England and West Germany are shown. Once again there is a team in red shirts and white shorts (England) but the opponents this time are wearing white shirts and black shorts (West Germany). See more »

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