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Dark thriller based on a novel by Georges Simenon
Crime 1947 102 mins
Director: Lance Comfort
When a fight causes a man to fall off a dock, witness Bert Mallinson comes into possession of a suitcase full of cash and finds himself embroiled in a web of deceit from which he cannot escape. This noirish tale, based on Newhaven-Dieppe by Belgian crime writer Georges Simenon, was actually shot in and around Folkestone by expert director of melodrama Lance Comfort.
- Lance Comfort
- Robert NewtonSimone SimonWilliam Hartnell
- United Kingdom
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