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East of Piccadilly (July 5, 1941)

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East of Piccadilly
 

Released on July 5, 1941: A madman is strangling working girls in Soho and a nosey lady reporter may become his next victim.

Produced by Walter C. Mycroft

Directed by Harold Huth

The Actors: Judy Campbell (Penny Sutton), Sebastian Shaw (Tamsie Green), Niall MacGinnis (Joe), Henry Edwards (Detective Inspector 'Mac' MacKenzie), George Pughe (Oscar Kuloff), Martita Hunt (Ma), George Hayes (Mark Struberg ), Cameron Hall (George, Scotland Yard Inspector), Edana Romney (Sadie Jones), Bunty Payne (Tania Smith), Charles Victor (newspaper editor), Frederick Piper (Ginger Harris, peanut vendor), Bill Fraser (Maxie), June Corda (unknown)

 
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The American and the Soho Strangler

On Greek Street in Soho there is a house . . . Number 175 . . . a boarding house that rents rooms to hookers and vagrants and madmen. One night a girl is entertaining a stranger in a trench coat and hat that covers his face . . . He quietly takes one of the girl's silk stockings hanging on a rope to dry and before we know it she is crumpled on the floor, quite dead. Then we join a famous crime mystery author at a party to celebrate his new book, and we meet the author and a pretty young lady reporter who thinks he is a phony author . . . We all know that they will be an item before this story ends . . . If they both survive. Soon the author and the lady reporter discover the body of the dead hooker and call Scotland Yard . . . but when the author enters the room to show the Inspector the dead girl . . . The body is gone, without a trace of any violence in the room. Well, the body of the gal is eventually discovered, and the hunt is on for the Soho Strangler. Among the residents of the house are an actor who has gone insane, a girl working at the Orange Grove nightclub . . . Maybe I should have said a working girl at the Orange Grove . . . There is also a rumpled man in a room that has an American accent, and when Scotland Yard starts questioning everyone in the building they discover that the room of the American is empty . . . It seems that he has not slept in the room, and he smokes very expensive cigars . . . Why would a man living in a cheap room be smoking very expensive cigars? Well, as the story progresses we discover that the rumpled American with the expensive cigars is a wealthy millionaire with a suite at the Savoy . . . And a room in the cheap part of Soho somewhere East of Piccadilly . . . Penny the girl reporter is sure that the rich American is a Jekyll and Hyde killer and tries to interview him but it goes badly and upon leaving him she lets him know that she knows the other name that he used when he rented the cheap room on Greek Street . . . Now she is in trouble . . . But not as much trouble as she has ahead of her . . . She hides in the hallway of the house on Greek street and when the wealthy American millionaire arrives she exposes his double life. He suavely invites her inside and as they talk he pours them each a glass of Scotch . . . He jokes that her drink has been drugged . . . She laughs and drinks it . . . and suddenly her world turns black as she falls into a deep trance . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter over it and enjoy the show.

George Hayes, Henry Edwards and Sebastian Shaw
George Hayes, Henry Edwards and Sebastian Shaw
Bill Fraser
Bill Fraser
Bunty Payne, Judy Campbell and Sebastian Shaw
Bunty Payne, Judy Campbell and Sebastian Shaw
Bunty Payne and Sebastian Shaw
Bunty Payne and Sebastian Shaw
Bunty Payne, Sebastian Shaw and Henry Edwards
Bunty Payne, Sebastian Shaw and Henry Edwards
Bunty Payne and Sebastian Shaw
Bunty Payne and Sebastian Shaw
Cameron Hall
Cameron Hall
Cameron Hall
Cameron Hall
Charles Victor and Judy Campbell
Charles Victor and Judy Campbell
Charles Victor
Charles Victor
Edana Romney
Edana Romney
Edana Romney
Edana Romney
George Hayes, Henry Edwards and Sebastian Shaw
George Hayes, Henry Edwards and Sebastian Shaw
George Hayes and Judy Campbell
George Hayes and Judy Campbell
George Hayes
George Hayes
George Pughe and Judy Campbell
George Pughe and Judy Campbell
George Pughe and June Corda
George Pughe and June Corda
George Pughe
George Pughe
Henry Edwards and Cameron Hall
Henry Edwards and Cameron Hall
Henry Edwards and George Hayes
Henry Edwards and George Hayes
Henry Edwards
Henry Edwards
Judy Campbell
Judy Campbell
Judy Campbell and Sebastian Shaw
Judy Campbell and Sebastian Shaw
Judy Campbell
Judy Campbell
Judy Campbell
Judy Campbell
Judy Campbell and Sebastian Shaw
Judy Campbell and Sebastian Shaw
Judy Campbell
Judy Campbell
June Corda
June Corda
Martita Hunt and Niall MacGinnis
Martita Hunt and Niall MacGinnis
Martita Hunt
Martita Hunt
Niall MacGinnis
Niall MacGinnis
Niall MacGinnis and Judy Campbell
Niall MacGinnis and Judy Campbell
Niall MacGinnis and Martita Hunt
Niall MacGinnis and Martita Hunt
Niall MacGinnis, Sebastian Shaw and Judy Campbell
Niall MacGinnis, Sebastian Shaw and Judy Campbell
Niall MacGinnis
Niall MacGinnis
Sebastian Shaw
Sebastian Shaw
Sebastian Shaw and Bill Fraser
Sebastian Shaw and Bill Fraser
Sebastian Shaw, Henry Edwards and Cameron Hall
Sebastian Shaw, Henry Edwards and Cameron Hall
Sebastian shaw and Judy Campbell
Sebastian shaw and Judy Campbell
Sebastian Shaw
Sebastian Shaw