At a Catholic public school, Benjamin Stanfield is tired of being the teacher's pet and decides to play a practical joke on his form master Father Goddard. In confession, Stanfield tells ... See full summary »
One more episode of Edgard Wallace Mystery collection. Nothing special if you compare with other films of this very same series, TV or cinema, as you choose. They may have been shown in both ways.
One wealthy man, who lives with his daughter and son in law, has to deal with an intruder who declares that he is here to kill him, because the wealthy guy was guilty of treason during the war, collaborating with the Nazis, and causing the death of the unknown man's fiancée.
You wait for the entire episode for the following: how the hell the intruder intend to kill the lead? We may sometimes think of a sort of poor man's SLEUTH. But VERY POOR MAN'S SLEUTH.
Worth seeing, although. It demonstrates that a thriller doesn't need necessarily action to be interesting.
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