lan Roper tells Bookie Larry Hart that he is planning to steal £60,000 and Hart offers to launder the money for him. What Hart doesn't know is that it is actually his money Roper intends to steal.

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lan Roper tells Bookie Larry Hart that he is planning to steal £60,000 and Hart offers to launder the money for him. What Hart doesn't know is that it is actually his money Roper intends to steal.

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There is a radio broadcast mentioning two Cambridge graduates lost in the Cairngorms. This is also heard in The Partner (1963) and "The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre" (1963) {The Partner (#5.1)}, another of the Edgar Wallace films. See more »

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Edited into The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre: Five to One (1963) See more »

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Man of Mystery
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Written by Michael Carr
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One more rare gem from over the Channel

That's a long time now I have not commented an Edgard Wallace Mystery series episode. This one is perfectly in the line of the other shows. Complex, not too hard to follow however, a story of petty crooks who try and succeed to cheat one each other. Very well built, fast paced, we can watch here the young John Thaw, the famous inspector Reagan, from SWEENEY TV series, made in the seventies. He plays here a petty thief. It is directed by the curious Gordon Flemyng, who gave us some TV stuff including some AVENGERS episodes, Daleks adventures films - I never saw and never will - and also a surprising US thriller adapted from Richard Stark - Donald Westlake - THE SPLIT, starring Jim Brown, Gene Hackman and Donald Sutherland. Don't forget THE LAST GRENADE either, a rather good action flick starring Stanley Baker.

I never saw from him THE GREAT CATHERINE.

Back to this little crime movie, worth a look for gem lovers as I am.


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