I am very pleased to have all these Edgard Wallace Mystery episodes, or are they really TV stuff? Anyway, they are very surprising about suspense, they provide good stories to the audiences, topics that are nearly equal to major productions. This one is no exception. It is thrilling, exciting, the tale of an ex con who escapes from jail to clear himself about a robbery charge. A very effective yarn from UK, far more interesting than many US films of the same period. The climax in the sewers of London is unexpected and so good to watch. The score is typical to British features of this time. I could recognize this kind of music among thousand of others themes.
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