In prison, two inmates are getting out soon. One, soon getting out, has been sent up for a heist of several thousand pounds, still not recovered. The other, getting out before him, pumps ... See full summary »
John Llewellyn Moxey
A pair of hoodlums steal a car in which there is a note - a ransom letter - directed to a wealthy man whose daughter has just been kidnapped. The two gangsters stole the abductor's car and ... See full summary »
Solicitor Alan Phipps formulates a plan to blackmail his wealthy and unfaithful wife, Yvonne, and at the same time, get revenge against her boyfriend, John Brodie, by setting him up to ... See full summary »
Arthur Payne, recently out of prison, meets a stranger on a train and explains his situation. A few days later another stranger makes a curious proposition. Arthur should participate in a ... See full summary »
Some of the Edgar Wallace films were not based on Wallace stories.This film is a case in point.It has none of the elements associated with a Wallace story,apart from which it is for the most part dull and slow.It is only in the last five minutes that the tension really increases.The film is not helped by the truly awful French accent used by John Carson.The plot strains credibility to breaking point.Not one of the better efforts
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