The 20 Questions Murder Mystery (1950)

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BBC Radio's 20 Questions receives anonymous clues that connect to a series of murders. Reporters try and break the code before more deaths come to pass.


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Director:

Paul L. Stein

Writers:

Patrick Kirwan (screen play written by), Victor Katona (screen play written by), Charles Leeds (idea)

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4 March 2020 | Sleepin_Dragon
6
| A pretty question, but someone won't like the answer.
The BBC's legendary Twenty Questions show is the subject of a killer's macabre sense of humour, sending in questions as leads to their heinous crimes.

It's a very cold and wet day, the curtains are shut, so the setting is cosy, this film has been the perfect antadote to a cold and wet day. The pace is slow, but it's engaging enough, it's atmospheric and will keep you guessing. The acting is varied to say the least, but there are some interesting characters.

It's 1950, it holds up, nice production values, although some of the attitudes are representative of the time.

Poirot's Whitehaven Mansions appear to be the external home of Mary Game.

It's a decent pot boiler, 6/10.

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