Gilbert Wynne, Gary Hope, Gilly Grant, Norman Claridge, A.J. Brown, Michael Nightingale, Noel Davis
London, Paris (France)
Director : Lindsay Shonteff Production Company : Sutton-Shonteff Region : LONDON C-D,SOUTH EAST A-D,FRANCE
A private detective is on a mission to track down the perpetrator of a string of murders.
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Also known as 'The Bullet Machine' (U.S. re-title)
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clegg021. Clegg finds a phone box and calls Cruikshank's room.
clegg022. When he hears that the peer is in the process of being murdered, Clegg races to the hotel.
clegg023. As Cruikshank struggles against Suzy, Clegg keeps up his step after battling with traffic.
clegg024. Clegg crosses one last busy road.
clegg025. Reaching the hotel, Clegg finds Cruikshank dead in a bath full of water.
clegg026. Harry Clegg returns to London without being paid but with the Lord's luggage.
clegg027. Joseph Valentine (A.J. Brown), an ex associate of Cruikshank, walks alongside the River Thames. Albert Embankment running parallel with Lambeth Palace Road in SE1. The location was seen in 'Mrs Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter' and 'Melody'.
clegg027n. Peter captured the same location. (Modern Photo Added: 17-04-2015)
clegg028. In his newspaper, Valentine finds a card advising "You will die before the 18th of this month - love and kisses". Looking across Lambeth Palace Road from Albert Embankment with Lambeth Palace in the background.
clegg028n. The same place without park bench as Peter waited so long for some buses to move that he forgot to include it. (Modern Photo Added: 17-04-2015)
clegg029. Cruikshank's belongings are sold as a means of recouping expenses.
clegg030. Clegg drives home where he spends the afternoon with Shirley Jones, his contact at Scotland Yard.