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Mystery Junction 1951 PG

63 mins United Kingdom Director. Michael McCarthy

Crime writer Larry Gordon’s peaceful train journey is disturbed by a piercing scream. When it’s discovered the guard has been mugged and a murder suspect is one of the passengers, Gordon finds himself experiencing a serious case of life imitating art.

Written and directed by the unheralded Ealing graduate Michael McCarthy, Mystery Junction is a brisk and enjoyable b-picture that offers commendable creativity for its low budget. TV veteran and regular supporting veteran Sydney Tafler also makes for an engaging lead as the sleuthing novelist.

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Directed by

Michael McCarthy

Featuring

Patricia Owens

Barbara Murray

Sydney Tafler

Genres

Fantasy Thriller

Collection

Romance of Rail

Certificate

PG mild violence

Released

1951

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

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