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A black market racketeer (Joseph Calleia) is amassing a fortune until reporter Lenda Medbury (Carole Landis) is on to him.
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An interesting film though one has the sensation of being on something of a treadmill - the action passes but seems to get nowhere precisely.
I enjoyed the film throughout. It wasn't too predictable and the acting was good, as were the sets. Definitely one to watch, but not quite certain as to how often. A very young Nigel Patrick is almost unrecognisable, with his long trenchcoat and coarse accent - an excellent role and played admirably. I have always been a fan of Stanley Holloway and it was good to see him again. A very versatile actor and quite realistic as the Police Inspector. Some good moments of suspense, some excellent "punch-ups" (although I did wonder whether there would appear "balloon texts" (as in "Batman and Robin"), saying "Sock", "Pow", "Thud" etc. (hence the tongue-in-cheek feel).
Enjoyable, good value and fun. And Nigel Patrick.......... no, I won't spoil it that much for you. You find out for yourself!
single-handedly drives the film along (who later killed herself),
Hay Petrie as the really scary killer "Barber", and Hone Glendinning
whose camera work was excellent. Nigel Patrick's character was odd in
that he ran the gang like a Hospital Nurse. A period oddity where
hardly anyone seemed to better themselves afterwards . . .
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I remember excerpts from this on TV many years ago as part of the BBC's Lost Decade series.
This is a convoluted plot concerning a vicous London gang boss and a crusading American journalist. It has comedy, drama and Nigel Patrick with an over the top cockney accent. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Pam Pike