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Dead Eyes of London (1961)

Die toten Augen von London (original title)
Not Rated | | Crime, Horror, Mystery | 12 October 1966 (USA)
Wealthy, heavily insured men are being murdered at an alarming rate. Scotland Yard investigates and finds clues that lead to a ring of blind men, led by a mysterious "reverend."

Director:

Alfred Vohrer

Writers:

Edgar Wallace (novel), Egon Eis (screenplay) (as Trygve Larsen) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Joachim Fuchsberger ... Inspektor Larry Holt
Karin Baal ... Nora Ward
Dieter Borsche ... Reverend Paul Dearborn
Wolfgang Lukschy ... Stephen Judd
Eddi Arent ... Sergeant Sunny Harvey
Anneli Sauli ... Fanny Weldon (as Ann Savo)
Bobby Todd Bobby Todd ... Lew Norris
Franz Schafheitlin Franz Schafheitlin ... Sir John
Ady Berber ... Jacob "Der blinde Jack" Farrell (as Adi Berber)
Harry Wüstenhagen ... Fred "Flimmer-Fred" (German version) / Flicker-Fred (English version)
Rudolf Fenner Rudolf Fenner ... Matthew "Matt" Blake
Hans Paetsch ... Gordon Stuart
Ida Ehre ... Ella Ward
Fritz Schröder-Jahn Fritz Schröder-Jahn ... Sir John Archibald
Klaus Kinski ... Edgar Strauss
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Storyline

Wealthy, heavily insured men are being murdered at an alarming rate. Scotland Yard investigates and finds clues that lead to a ring of blind men, led by a mysterious "reverend."

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Danger lurks everywhere as killers seek their victims from every street, alley and doorway! See more »


Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Trivia

For the first time in Rialto's Edgar Wallace Series, this black-and-white film featured colored opening credits with blood red letters on a b/w-Background. This tradition was kept in the future with many different colors used. Until the late 90s, the colored opening credits were always shown in black and white on German Television and were sometimes unreadable. See more »

Goofs

The world "costumes" is misspelled "costums" on a store sign. See more »

Alternate Versions

Till 2003 the opening credits of the movie were shown in black & white in TV. In the theatrical version and the TV versions since 2003 they show the opening titles in red. See more »

Connections

Remade as Edgar Wallace - Das Haus der toten Augen (2002) See more »

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The Best of the German "Edgar Wallace" Series
25 August 2008 | by JohnHowardReidSee all my reviews

This is my favorite of the German-made Edgar Wallaces. Brilliantly directed by Alfred Vohrer, atmospherically photographed and luxuriously produced, it imaginatively maintains atmosphere and suspense right from its dramatically eerie opening to the shattering surprise finale. (In an article on Edgar Wallace in Films In Review, Jack Edmund Nolan maintains that the plot, characters and background are closer to Wallace's conception than the 1940 British version of the novel, starring Bela Lugosi).

It's hard to judge the quality of the acting from the dubbed edition, but the players do seem to acquit themselves well.

And for once the dubbed version runs longer than that released in the home country!


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Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

12 October 1966 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dead Eyes of London See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamburg, Germany See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Rialto Film See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (Klangfilm Eurocord-Magnetocord)

Color:

Black and White | Color (opening credits)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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