Approved | | Crime, Mystery, Thriller
A blind American writer living in London stumbles upon a criminal conspiracy involving kidnapping and extortion.
The central plot-gimmick about the mysterious "Mr Evans" and its final revelation was taken from the "Mr Christopher" strand in The House on 92nd Street (1945), also directed by Henry Hathaway in 1945. This is incorrect; The original novel "The Disappearing Nursemaid" aka "Warrant for X" was ... ...
Well how does it look? Is it beautiful?
Bob Matthews: Yes... yes, very beautiful - view, buildings.
Phillip Hannon: You make it all so vivid, I can almost see it.
(At 02.40) There is a half inch of tape on the take up spool on the tape recorder. Philip asks Bob to type up what he had just recorded. Bob proceeds to remove the take-up spool (should have been the full, left-hand spool) which suddenly has no tape on it, and takes it into his office "to listen to it".
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