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Incident at Midnight (1963)

 -  1963 (UK)
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Credited cast:
Fred Beauman
Anton Diffring ...
Dr. Erik Leichner
Clifford Earl ...
Sergeant
David Futcher ...
Whitehead
Tony Garnett ...
Brennan
Peter Howell ...
Inspector Macready
Jacqueline Jones ...
Vanessa Palmer
Sylva Langova ...
Vivienne Leichner
Philip Locke ...
Foster
Justine Lord ...
Diane Graydon
Oliver MacGreevy ...
Wilkinson
Martin Miller ...
Dr. Schroeder
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Mike Moyer
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Edgar Wallace: Sucedió A Medianoche  »

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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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A fast paced British noir

As usual, I am not disappointed by this Edgard Wallace Mystery show. A very good product from UK. Probably better than most US and also British usual B movies. But it is a short feature, and this explains that. See for instance Warner films from the 40's...

A story where blackmail and gangsters fill the 56 minutes length. A few talks, just enough for the audience to understand the meaning of all the tale. Anton Diffring is exquisite as a former nazi doctor impersonating a physician. A man blackmailed by his own mistress, because he doesn't want to talk about her to his wife. And I like the subplot, with a bunch of hoods asking for a doctor to heal one of them wounded after a heist where a watchman was killed. And, as usual, there is an exciting climax, action packed one for this kind of production.


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