A Time to Kill (1955)

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In the grounds of a dark, deserted mansion, a blackmailer collects money from his victim. Meanwhile, Peter (John Horsley, THE FALL AND RISE OF REGINALD PERRIN), chemist and philanderer, ... See full summary »


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6 November 2013 | malcolmgsw
6
| A Shoal Of Red Herrings
Although only 65 minutes long this film contains enough plot lines for a film twice its length.There seem to be so many clues that seem to lead nowhere.Near the end Joan Hickson phones Russell Napier to tell him that she knows who the killer is but wont say over the phone.However there is no subsequent scene where she reveals the name of the killer.If she did that of course would spoil the climax.However it rather renders as redundant these scenes.This film is fairly average and so the main enjoyment is spotting actors like Hickson,John Le Mesurier and Dandy Nicholls doing their best with their small parts.It could have done with more clarity in the writing

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