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Death Goes To School/Night Of The Prowler [DVD]
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Double bill of British crime thrillers. In 'Death Goes to School' (1953), adapted from Maisie Sharman's novel 'Death in Seven Houses', Detective Inspector Campbell (Gordon Jackson) looks into the murder of a teacher at a girls' school where there are a number of suspects, including her colleagues and the married man she had been seeing. In 'Night of the Prowler' (1962), directed by Francis Searle, Detective Inspector Cameron (John Horsley) investigates the shooting of a car racing company executive. The man's business partners fear their own lives may be in danger as the prime suspect is a former employee they had sent to prison.
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"Night Of The Prowler" has its moments but the outcome was rather predictable from early on in the film. The one great bonus is to have more than just two words out of the ubiquitous, so-called character actress Marianne Stone. Here not only may you have her voice to savour but also some indication of her slender, voluptuous figure. (Compare to her fleeting appearance towards the end of "I'm All Right Jack" with Sellers et al.)
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Patrick Holt is the baddie for once and plays the role very well. This Butchers production packs plenty of action into its just under an hours running time. Some nice locations in both films. Well done to Renown and I look forward to this technical standard being maintained. Pricewise excellent value and the tip always pre order to save cash.