A greedy but successful professional gambler wants to join the British Establishment when he falls in love with a blue-blooded lady. But first he must mend his ways and then dump his nightclub singer girl friend. She's not so easy to get rid of, neither is his past.
Steve Crook <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Their wheel of fortune was spun by the COLD STEEL of an AUTOMATIC!
Did You Know?
According to Terence Fisher's biographer Peter Hutchings, in his book "Terence Fisher" (Manchester University Press), Mr. Fisher had nothing to do with this film. Moreover, in the book "The British 'B' Film" by Steve Chibnall, Brian McFarlane, in Wikipedia and in the British Film Database on line, the motion picture is solely credited to Patrick Jenkins and Sam Newfield, without any mention of Fisher's name. See more
New scenes added for US release. See more
Happy Birthday To You
Written by Mildred J. Hill
and Patty S. Hill See more