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This crime thriller for Anglo-Amalgamated was Gerry Anderson's directorial film debut, and the only feature-length production to be made by AP Films, co-founded by the legendary puppet pioneer in 1957.
Released in 1960 between the making of Four Feather Falls and Supercar, Crossroads to Crime features the talents of several of Anderson's later Supermarionation collaborators, including George Murcell, David Graham, Anderson's future wife Sylvia and Barry Gray, whose iconic themes famously complemented the Supermarionation series of the 1960s. The film negative was physically edited in the 1960s to replace the original titles with ones for the Edgar Wallace Mystery series and it is from these film elements that this brand-new transfer has been made. The original titles are included as a separate special feature.
PC Don Ross suspects that a gang of lorry hijackers, operating from a transport café, is behind a series of vehicle thefts. When his suspicions are dismissed by his superiors, Ross decides to conduct his own undercover investigation, and sets out to collect vital evidence that could convict the gang...
 Original UK titles
 Theatrical trailer
 Crossroads To Crime Remembered: a brand-new retrospective featuring contributions from Gerry and Sylvia Anderson.
I gave this film two stars simply because i am a Gerry Anderson fan. I watched all his early puppet stuff when I was a kid. This film is dire and was made on a budget of 16.5k. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Simmo
Let me start by saying this is not the greatest movie off all time it was made on a sight budget and over all it's ok but not the best. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Luigi De Battisti
Not a very good film, poor plot but if you look at it tongue in cheek is somewhat amusing, its so bad it makes you laugh,but its interesting for nostalgia buffs like me. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mr. Christopher Williams