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 exterior shots were filmed entirely in Denmark. This was the third and last German Edgar Wallace Film to do so, following the first two installments of the series, "Der Frosch mit der Maske"(1959) and "Der rote Kreis" (1960). 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