In this entertaining 1961 black and white crime thriller, William Franklyn heads the cast as a businessman who is found unconscious with no recollection of events from the previous 3 weeks, so with the help of his wife he attempts to piece together his whereabouts over the period, the investigations gradually reveal a web of murder and theft.
There's a few twists and turns along the way before the movie reaches it's climax. The cast contains a number of familiar faces, including Moira Redmond, Nigel Green, Anthony Booth, and Nanette Newman.
The movie was produced by Butchers Film Studios, who specialised in low budget, B-movie second features. The studio's output was often poorly received by film critics, but if like me, you are a big fan of British B-movies of the 50's/60's, this is well worth a look.
The movie has been digitally restored and remastered, and picture quality is very impressive. There are no extras or subtitles.
If you enjoy this movie, look out for more Butchers films, as Renown Productions are currently releasing more of the studio's back catalogue.