7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 10 July 2011
Ian Hendry and Ronald Fletcher are in top form in this murder mystery from the early 1960's. The cast contains many other familiar faces from that era (including Kieron Moore, Patrick Holt, Natasha Parry, Jane Asher) and the remastering is excellent. If you're a fan of b/w 50's/60's murder mysteries this one is well worth a watch!!!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 3 January 2012
This film has stood the test of time in many respects and is typical of its genre. I enjoyed it very much, although I did spot one instance where one character speaks to another using his real name, rather than the character's name. Only a minor slip and hardly noticeable. As there is no extraneous violence or swearing, this could be something for many of the family to watch - although, of course, not the under 12's!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 14 March 2013
Very much the sort of film I used to enjoy in my younger years when films were a large part of entertainment. The story line is very good and all well acted, and total lack of computerised gimicks. The added advantage for me is the soundtrack includes the voice of a young Elizabeth Vaughan who went on to be one of my favourite opera singers.