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The Mad Executioners ()

Der Henker von London (original title)
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A group of vigilantes hang wrong-doers.

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John Hillier
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Ann Barry
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Dr. Mac Ferguson
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Sir Francis Elliott - Ann's Father
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Tom Jenkins - alias Gabby Pennypacker
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Inspector Morel Smith
Harry Riebauer ...
Dr. Philip Trooper
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Jerome
Alexander Engel
Narziß Sokatscheff
Harald Sawade
Albert Bessler
Stanislav Ledinek
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Günter Glaser ...
Museumschef
Heinz Petruo ...
(voice)
Bruno W. Pantel ...
Schausteller (uncredited)
Edwin Zbonek ...
Zettelfinder (uncredited)

Directed by

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Edwin Zbonek

Written by

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Robert A. Stemmle ... (writer)
 
Bryan Edgar Wallace ... (novel "White Carpet")

Produced by

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Artur Brauner ... producer
Heinz Götze ... executive producer
Heinz Willeg ... executive producer

Music by

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Raimund Rosenberger

Cinematography by

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Richard Angst

Film Editing by

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Walter Wischniewsky

Production Design by

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Heinz Götze

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Hans Jürgen Kiebach
Ernst Schomer

Costume Design by

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Trude Ulrich

Makeup Department

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Ruth Mohr ... makeup artist
Heinz Stamm ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Manfred Korytowski ... production manager
Felix Siebenrogg ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Gisela Anton ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Erwin Schänzle ... sound

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Storyline

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Taglines Girls menaced..! A city terrorized..! And the black hooded avengers strike again! See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Mad Executioners (United States)
  • Le bourreau de Londres (France)
  • Lontoon pyöveli (Finland)
  • Il giustiziere di Londra (Italy)
  • Den hemmelige liga (Denmark)
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  • 94 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The company that produced films based on Edgar Wallace (I) novels sued the producers of this film, who advertised it as an Edgar Wallace "mystery" even though it was clearly based on a novel written by his son, Bryan Edgar Wallace. They won, and the ads were soon changed to read "Edgar Bryan Wallace". See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Fear, Panic & Censorship (2000). See more »

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