Clifford Evans, Patricia Roc, David Farrar, Anne Firth, Robert Beatty
London, New York
Director : Lawrence Huntingdon Production Company : Associated British Picture Corporation Region : LONDON R-S
After a $50,000 bank robery in New York, two of the suspected robbers walk free and waste no time in heading to London in search of the missing money. This means bad news for their accomplice Jim Raynor who has the money hidden away, but they are not the only ones on his trail; Scotland Yard is also on the case . . . .
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susper001. Stock shot of New York to set the location. The whole of the action takes place in the studio except for these stock shots. The building to the left says "Clifford's"
susper002. Stock shot of the boat-train from Southampton arriving at Waterloo supposedly carrying Jim Raynor (Clifford Evans)
susper003. After Jim met up with his “fence” in London action turns to New Scotland Yard where Det. Insp. Thompson (David Farrar) is handed a wire from New York telling him that “a couple of big shot gangsters might” be on their way.
susper003n. Now without the name. (Modern Photo Added: 12-07-2017)
susper004. Having been knocked unconscious by his pursuers, Jim returns to London from Rugby. A stock shot of a passing train from a signal box on a bridge. Dave Buckley advises that this stock shot comes from about 2 minutes into 'Night Mail' (1936).
susper004n. And Dave provides the very capture to support and has subsequently identified it as No.1 signal box, main lines Harrow and Wealdstone station. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 23-07-2017)
susper004an. Dave now provides us with a shot of the much changed scene, a different track layout and no points, just straight track for high-speed running. No.1 signal box was at the far end of the platform seen here. The train in the capture was on the line just left of center. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 02-12-2017)