Meet Sexton Blake (February 5, 1945)

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Meet Sexton Blake
 

Released on February 5, 1945: Famous detective Sexton Blake chases spies around London in search of a secret formula.

Produced by Louis H. Jackson

Directed by John Harlow

The Actors: David Farrar (Sexton Blake), Manning Whiley (Raoul Sudd), Dennis Arundell (Johann Sudd), John Varley (Tinker, Blake's confidential assistant), Betty Huntley-Wright (Nobby Clark), Gordon McLeod (Scotland Yard Superintendant Venner), Kathleen Harrison (Mrs. Bardell, Blake's housekeeper), Cyril Smith (Inspector Belford), Magda Kun (Yvonne), Ferdy Mayne (Slant-Eyes), Charles Farrell (Skipper), Roddy Hughes (hotel desk clerk Ferraby), Philip Godfrey (James Baird, ship's mate), Tony Arpino (Torch), Charles Rolfe (Mario Carloni), Billy Howard (policeman), John Powe (Cockney Chink), Mark Jones (barman), Jack Vyvian (Hawkins), Henry Wolston (Assistant Commissioner), David Keir (Jimmy Kunn), Elsie Wagstaff (Mrs. Baird), Robert Brooks Turner (Constable), Alfred Harris (hospital doctor), Margo Johns (hospital nurse), Olive Walter (Mrs. Ivy Watkins), Jean Simmons (Eva Watkins)

 

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The Severed Hand & The Dead Detective

World War II is raging in Europe and London is under attack . . . There are spies all around us and much intrigue and secrecy. Our adventure opens on the dark streets of London on a bridge above the Themes . . . we see a man lurking over a body . . . and then two men struggling . . . One of the men falls over the bridge and drops onto the deck of a small boat passing underneath. The man is dead, and curiously enough he has a hand in his coat pocket . . . Not his own hand, but a bloody hand cut at the wrist from another person. Famous detective Sexton Blake is enjoying a pint at a nearby pub with the Superintendent of Scotland yard, and thanks to a tip from Blake's personal assistant Tinker, Sexton Blake and the man from Scotland Yard go down to the docks and check out the dead man with the severed hand in his pocket. The next day a man visits Sexton Blake and wants to pay him to investigate the sudden death of his girlfriend's brother, who was found dead . . . and with one of his hands brutally cut from his arm. Famous detective Sexton Blake instructs his assistant to follow the man, because they are about to embark on their most dangerous and adventurous crime hunt ever. Tinker follows the man to his hotel, and another shady man is also following . . . at the hotel a mysterious woman approaches the man, and Tinker later follows the woman, as does the other stranger who is following . . . . This leads to that and the woman evades both Tinker and Sexton Blake, and the shadowy stranger who is also trying to follow her. But before long Sexton Blake and Tinker are knocked out and when they awaken they are gaged and tied in a dark room. Two foreign fellows demand that they tell everything they know or be killed . . . Well . . . Sexton Blake and his assistant Tinker don't know very much yet . . . So one of the men shoots Tinker and he drops to the floor, and a second later a shot rings out and the famous detective Sexton Blake drops to the floor . . . What the heck is going on? . . . We have just begun a great British detective spy adventure and both of our leading men are lying dead on the floor . . . What kind of story are these amazing Brits laying out for us now? I've never seen a crime drama where the leading character, with his name in the title of the movie no less, is brutally shot dead in the first few minutes of the drama . . . . Hell's Bells . . . . Where can this mystery be going now? . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Betty Huntley-Wright, David Farrar and John Varley
Betty Huntley-Wright, David Farrar and John Varley
Betty Huntley Wright and John Varley
Betty Huntley Wright and John Varley
Betty Hutnley-Wright
Betty Hutnley-Wright
Charles Farrell
Charles Farrell
Cyril Smith and Gordon McLeod
Cyril Smith and Gordon McLeod
Cyril Smith
Cyril Smith
David Farrar
David Farrar
David Farrar and Alfred Harris
David Farrar and Alfred Harris
David Farrar and Dennis Arundell
David Farrar and Dennis Arundell
David Farrar and Dennis Arundell
David Farrar and Dennis Arundell
David Farrar and Gordon McLeod
David Farrar and Gordon McLeod
David Farrar and Gordon McLeod
David Farrar and Gordon McLeod
David Farrar and John Varley
David Farrar and John Varley
David Farrar and John Varley
David Farrar and John Varley
David Farrar and Kathleen Harrison
David Farrar and Kathleen Harrison
David Farrar and Magda Kun
David Farrar and Magda Kun
David Farrar and Dennis Arundell
David Farrar and Dennis Arundell
David Farrar
David Farrar
Dennis Arundell and David Farrar
Dennis Arundell and David Farrar
Gordon McLeod
Gordon McLeod
Gordon McLeod
Gordon McLeod
John Varley
John Varley
John Varley and Manning Whiley
John Varley and Manning Whiley
John Varley
John Varley
Kathleen Harrison
Kathleen Harrison
Magda Kun and Manning Whiley
Magda Kun and Manning Whiley
Magda Kun
Magda Kun
Manning Whiley
Manning Whiley
Manning Whiley and Kathleen Harrison
Manning Whiley and Kathleen Harrison
Manning Whiley
Manning Whiley
olive Walter and Jean Simmons
olive Walter and Jean Simmons
Philip Godfrey and David Keir
Philip Godfrey and David Keir
Robert Brooks Turner
Robert Brooks Turner
Roddy Hughes and Gordon McLeod
Roddy Hughes and Gordon McLeod