FILM : Glass Cage, The
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Glass Cage, The 1955 John Ireland, Honor Blackman, Geoffrey Keen, Eric Pohlmann, Sid James, Liam Redmond, Sydney Tafler London
Director : Montgomery Tully   Production Company : Hammer Film Productions, Lippert Films  Region : LONDON E-G

Crowds flock to a sideshow to see "The Starving Man" who claims he can go sixty-five days without eating. However, the police get involved when murders occur before the show.

Screen shots uploaded by Phil Wilkinson.

Aslo known as 'The Glass Tomb' (US Title)

THIS FILM IS AVAILABLE AS A REGION 1 DISC THROUGH AMAZON - JUST CLICK THE LINK BELOW

Hammer Film Noir Collector's Set 2: 4-7 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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Glass Cage, The - Pel Pelham (John Ireland) leaves his bookmakers office after a loan of £250 has been obtained.
Glass Cage, The

glaca001. Pel Pelham (John Ireland) leaves his bookmakers office after a loan of £250 has been obtained.

Glass Cage, The - The showman pulls a cheque from his pocket that will pay for Sapolio to attempt to break the world record for going without food.
Glass Cage, The

glaca002. The showman pulls a cheque from his pocket that will pay for Sapolio to attempt to break the world record for going without food.

Glass Cage, The - A suitable plot of land is found to stage the show. St. Paul's Cathedral stands to the left. This area, along with St. Giles Without Cripplegate, was also seen in 'The Weapon'.
Glass Cage, The

glaca003. A suitable plot of land is found to stage the show. St. Paul's Cathedral stands to the left. This area, along with St. Giles Without Cripplegate, was also seen in 'The Weapon'.

glaca003n. Just occasionally, long lost views are opened up by demolition work. It's difficult to say whether this is from the correct angle, but Peter took the opportunity and captured this shot of St. Paul's that will once again disappear after construction in completed.
(Modern Photo Added: 31-05-2016)

Glass Cage, The - Pelham meets with estate agent Rutland (Arthur Howard).
Glass Cage, The

glaca004. Pelham meets with estate agent Rutland (Arthur Howard).

Glass Cage, The - The promoter negotiates for the derelict site. In the left background can be seen the last building left standing on Jerwin Crescent EC2. Spotted by RL.
Glass Cage, The

glaca005. The promoter negotiates for the derelict site. In the left background can be seen the last building left standing on Jerwin Crescent EC2. Spotted by RL.

Glass Cage, The - Pelham eventually persuades Rutland to donate the land. RL advises that all that remains of Jerwin Crescent can be seen on the extreme right.
Glass Cage, The

glaca006. Pelham eventually persuades Rutland to donate the land. RL advises that all that remains of Jerwin Crescent can be seen on the extreme right.

Glass Cage, The - Whilst the show's tents are being erected, Rutland tries to place a sign highlighting his generosity. This is in the vicinity of Monkwell Street EC2 as to the right can be seen the south side of the tower belonging to the parish church of St. Giles Without Cripplegate on Fore Street.
Glass Cage, The

glaca007. Whilst the show's tents are being erected, Rutland tries to place a sign highlighting his generosity. This is in the vicinity of Monkwell Street EC2 as to the right can be seen the south side of the tower belonging to the parish church of St. Giles Without Cripplegate on Fore Street.

Glass Cage, The - After a murder is committed at a party held before the show opens, Harry Stanton (Geoffrey Keen) makes his way across Trafalgar Square in London W1.
Glass Cage, The

glaca008. After a murder is committed at a party held before the show opens, Harry Stanton (Geoffrey Keen) makes his way across Trafalgar Square in London W1.

glaca008n. Peter took this comparison.
(Modern Photo Added: 24-04-2015)

Glass Cage, The - Stanton descends into Trafalgar Square Underground station. The entrance now takes one into Charing Cross Underground station which was created in 1979 when Strand and Trafalgar Square stations were merged.
Glass Cage, The

glaca009. Stanton descends into Trafalgar Square Underground station. The entrance now takes one into Charing Cross Underground station which was created in 1979 when Strand and Trafalgar Square stations were merged.

glaca009n. Taken from memory, by Peter.
(Modern Photo Added: 17-04-2015)

Glass Cage, The - On the platform, Stanton meets with his blackmailer, Rorke (Sydney Tafler). A studio set, included just to show Sydney Tafler.
Glass Cage, The

glaca010. On the platform, Stanton meets with his blackmailer, Rorke (Sydney Tafler). A studio set, included just to show Sydney Tafler.

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