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Nicolas Chagrin ... Michel (as Nicholas Chagrin)
Paul Daneman ... Henry Adams
Edward de Souza ... 1st Reporter
Basil Dignam ... Inspector Forbes
Tom Gill ... 2nd Uniformed P.C.
Keith Goodman ... 1st Uniformed P.C.

Barrie Ingham ... Gordon
Jacqueline Jones ... Marie Labonne
Miriam Karlin ... Josetta Alvarez
Harold Kasket ... Philippe
Delphi Lawrence ... Nina Stewart
Vilma Ann Leslie ... Fiona Foster
Rachel Lloyd ... Receptionist
Constance Lorne ... Lady in hairdressers
Marina Martin ... 2nd Reporter
Jack Melford ... Stewart
Anthony Newlands ... Tom Alvarez
Natasha Parry ... Sandra Martin
Conrad Phillips ... Bill Lawrence
Frank Porter ... Compere
Edward Rees ... Sergeant Harris

Peter Thomas ... 3rd Reporter
John Warwick ... Police Sgt.
Gwen Williams ... Mrs. Potter

Directed by
Allan Davis 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
James Eastwood 
Edgar Wallace  novel

Produced by
Jack Greenwood .... producer
Jim O'Connolly .... associate producer
Original Music by
James Stevens 
Cinematography by
Gerald Moss 
Film Editing by
Derek Holding 
Art Direction by
Peter Mullins 
Makeup Department
Alex Garfath .... makeup artist
Production Management
Joe Levy .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Peter Price .... assistant director
Sound Department
Ronald Abbott .... sound
Brian Blamey .... sound
Derick McColm .... sound (as Derek McColin)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Evelyn Gibbs .... wardrobe
Music Department
Michael Carr .... composer: theme "Man of Mystery"

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57 min
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One of a series of second feature films based on Edgar Wallace novels, released between 1960 and 1965 in British cinemas. The films were later sold to American TV and screened there as "The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre" (1960).See more »
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Hmmm....., 2 October 2011

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I expected more from this Edgard Wallace Mystery show written by the famous James Eastwood. I did not know he made scripts for UK stuff. Unless it is another James Eastwood we deal with; but I doubt. Anyway, this little programmer is rather flat, boring, tepid at the most. A story about jewel robbery, detective who tracks the robber, some gals and lots of talk, talk, talk...Good atmosphere although, typically British. But besides this, nothing special to point out. I saw better Edgard Wallace episodes. Yes, Sir. Just watch my comments about them.

Don't know the filmmaker. There were many of them in the early sixties. I guess they made TV shows in the years following.

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