Dual Alibi (June 3, 1947)

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Herbert Lom in Dual Alibi
 

Released on June 3, 1947: Twin circus trapeze artists devise a way to commit murder in plain sight and walk free afterwards, but one will pay with his life, but which one?

Produced by Louis H. Jackson

Directed by Alfred Travers

The Actors: Herbert Lom (Jules de Lisle and Georges de Lisle), Phyllis Dixey (Penny, aka Gloria Gregg ), Terence de Marney (Mike Bergen), Ronald Frankau (Vincent Barney), Abraham Sofaer (French judge), Eugene Deckers (French ringmaster), The Cromwell Brothers (themselves, circus trapeze act), Ernst Ulman (unknown), Ben Williams (Charlie), Clarence Wright (M. Mangan), Beryl Measor (Gwen), Harold Berens (Ali), Griffiths Moss (unknown), Gerald Conway (unknown), Sebastian Cabot (Loterie Nationale Official), H.G. Guinle (unknown), Andreas Malandrinos (French judge), Eric Mason (unknown), Marcel Poncin (French lawyer), Leonard Sharp (unknown), Wallas Eaton (court official), Gerald Rex (call boy), Margaret Withers (Blackpool Landlady)

 

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The Lottery Ticket and the Lucky Penny

There are four important characters in this thriller . . . . Played by three actors . . . . Herbet Lom plays the parts of two identical twin trapeze artists, Terence de Marney is publicity agent/con-man Mike Bergen, and Phyllis Dixey is Penny, Mike's girlfriend. One day the trapeze twins buy a lottery ticket, and soon forget about it. Out of the blue, publicity agent Bergen is in the office when the lottery commission sends a letter to the twin whose name is registered with the ticket, and it proclaims that it is the winning ticket, worth a fortune. Publicity agent Bergen decides that he will have that fortune, and he tells his girlfriend Penny to seduce the brother who is named on the ticket, and discover where the ticket is and steal it from him. The twin brothers don't even know that they have the winning ticket, because Bergen will never give them the letter. Blonde and beautiful Penny quickly attaches herself to the brother whose name is on the winning ticket, and he falls for her like a ton of bricks. She tells him that she will be his 'Lucky Penny' and bring him good fortune. This leads to that and con man Bergen finally gets the winning ticket . . . . Bergen gets the fortune and the twin brothers discover that they have been robbed. After years of searching they finally find the con man living the life of luxury with his girlfriend Penny, and they devise the perfect murder. While one of them is on the flying trapeze in front of hundreds at the circus, the other walks calmly up to the bistro where Bergen and Penny are enjoying their meal and calmly shoots Bergen and walks away . . . . Of course there will be a court trial for the murder of Bergen, but if both brothers claim that they were on the trapeze at the time of the killing, and no one can identify which brother was the murderer. . . . Which brother can the court punish for the crime? . . . . We don't even know which brother pulled the trigger. . . . . Will justice be done? . . . . . Will there be a happy ending? . . . . The Lottery ticket and the Lucky Penny . . . . One was worth a fortune, and the other wasn't even worth a penny . . . . We are really flying without a net in this murder tragedy . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Abraham Sofaer
Abraham Sofaer
Abraham Sofaer
Abraham Sofaer
Herbert Lom as trapeze twins
Herbert Lom as trapeze twins
Herbert Lom and Phyllis Dixey
Herbert Lom and Phyllis Dixey
Herbert Lom and Ronald Frankau
Herbert Lom and Ronald Frankau
Herbert Lom and Ronald Frankau
Herbert Lom and Ronald Frankau
Herbert Lom and Terence de Marney
Herbert Lom and Terence de Marney
Herbert Lom in clown makeup
Herbert Lom in clown makeup
Herbert Lom and Phyllis Dixey
Herbert Lom and Phyllis Dixey
Herbert Lom and Phyllis Dixey
Herbert Lom and Phyllis Dixey
Herbert Lom
Herbert Lom
Marcel Poncin
Marcel Poncin
Margaret Withers
Margaret Withers
Phyllis Dixey
Phyllis Dixey
Phyllis Dixey and Terence de Marney
Phyllis Dixey and Terence de Marney
Phyllis Dixey flirts with Herbert Lom
Phyllis Dixey flirts with Herbert Lom
Phyllis Dixey in court
Phyllis Dixey in court
Phyllis Dixey
Phyllis Dixey
Ronald Frankau
Ronald Frankau
Sebastian Cabot
Sebastian Cabot
Terence de Marney
Terence de Marney
Terence de Marney and Phyllis Dixey
Terence de Marney and Phyllis Dixey
Terence de Marney, Ronald Frankau and Eugene Deckers
Terence de Marney, Ronald Frankau and Eugene Deckers
Terence de Marney and Ronald Frankau
Terence de Marney and Ronald Frankau
Terence de Marney
Terence de Marney