Fatal Journey (1954)

  |  Crime, Short


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A Scotland Yard detective investigates the connection between a man who suffers from amnesia, a blackmailer and murder.


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17 February 2018 | l_rawjalaurence
Marital thriller of presumed infidelity
Gordon Bell (1910-1998) was one of those British characters who had small roles in big films and big roles in small films. Here he plays an inspector working on a case of dead woman discovered by her husband. Thw story is a slight one, but the episode manages to convey the series' messages on the importance of fidelity and truth in marriage as the basis of social cohesion.

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Genres

Crime | Short

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Release Date:

August 1954

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

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