A serial-killer is murdering the ladies of a night club. Detective Gray is seeking for the killer but can only find a lot of gangsters. And the killer is about to act again...
12 October 1964 (Denmark)
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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The brief shots of female nudity during the striptease scenes at the Highlow Club, and the overall "extreme" psychological motive of the villain led to a FSK 18 rating for the uncut version. Several attempts to re-cut the film in order to get a lower rating failed and eventually, the film was released theatrically in its uncut version - and became one of the least commercially successful films of the Edgar Wallace series to that date. See more
The scenes playing at Paddington Station, where filmed in Denmark. There is one scene where Sir John and Joe Legge meet. For a short moment, behind Sir John, one can see a sign, which reeds "Politi", the danish word for police. See more
Referenced in Lukas: Mann und Maus