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Sammy
Andre Charisse ...
Inspector Charcot (as Andre Charise)
Ernest Clark ...
Cracknell
Genine Graham ...
Mrs. Johnson
Brian Hewitt-Jones
Peter Howard-Johnson
Brenda Kaye ...
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Marjie Lawrence ...
Vivienne
David Lodge ...
Jumbo Johnson
Yvonne Monlaur ...
Suzanne
Patricia Mort ...
Vera
Robert Rietty ...
Victor
Larry Taylor
Jack Watson ...
Insp. Bolam
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1962 (UK)  »

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Brillanten des Todes: Auch tote Zeugen reden  »

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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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Entertaining and nostalgic
13 June 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The series of Edgar Wallace mysteries that this film belonged to were quite entertaining and were shown in the cinema before the main feature. It is interesting to see actors you remember, some of whom never progressed, some who were destined to play supporting roles for the rest of their career and some who went on to become major stars. In this film a gang of jewellery thieves rob a house which has just become empty on the death of it's rich lady owner a week earlier. Her jewels are still in the safe(!?). The robbery is not a complete success and one robber hides the jewels in the house as he's about to be captured. The house is put up for sale. Harry H. Corbett plays a struggling estate agent. A lady enquires about buying the house. This eventually leads to Corbett putting two and two together and guessing the jewels may still be there. The events unfold with a few twists and turns, making this a very watchable film.


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