Well, Renown have managed it again. A good Double Bill of unpretentious, professional thrillers from the British "B" stable of the 50's and 60's. OUT OF THE FOG has a good plot and several surprises (not least of which is a witty John Arnatt) and, what I found to be, a really suspensful climax. The 2 leads won't make your heart leap, but Susan Travers eventually (you will see what I mean), does make quite an impression (of one kind or another, you decide) as Police Sergeant. Actually I warmed to her by the end. RADIO CAB MURDER has one of my least favourite actors, Jimmy Hanley, but, I confess he too won me over. Another decent plot and good direction moves this caper thriller along nicely (It is a "B" movie tho, so it isn't "Riffifi" (again, watch the film), and it's good to see Sam Kydd in an important role. Lana Morris fails to excite me, tho I am sure Ronnie Waldman would knock me into the middle of next week were he alive. Sonia Holm has a bigger showier role as a "bad" girl. It's quite tough for the time (1954) and in one scene Hanley actually "nuts" one of the villains! I enjoyed both these films, and they are both in good condition - picture and sound. Highly recomended to Renown followers and lovers of Br "B" films (Actually us fans aren't doing too badly now with Renown and Best of British and now the Edgar Wallace films!! I've ordered mine.) Do get this one and enjoy.