The Embezzler (July, 1954)
Released during July, 1954: A bank robber hides out at a small seaside inn and becomes involved with the lives of the people staying at the inn.
Produced by Monty Berman and Robert S. Baker
Directed by John Gilling
Written by John Gilling
The Actors: Charles Victor (Henry Paulson), Zena Marshall (Mrs. Claire Forrest), Cyril Chamberlain (Alec Johnson), Leslie Weston (Piggott), Avice Landone (Miss Ackroyd), Peggy Mount (Mrs. Larkin), Michael Craig (Doctor Peter Forrest), Frank Forsyth (Inspector Gale), Christopher Banks (the Vicar), Dennis Chinnery (bank clerk), Ian Fleming (doctor), Alastair Hunter (bank manager), Patrick Jordan (police sergeant), Olive Kirby (hotel maid), Sam Kydd (railway inspector), Toby Lennon (hotel porter), Carole Lesley (tea shop waitress), Phyllis Morris (Mrs. Paulson), Ronnie Stevens (travel agent), Martin Wyldeck (second Police Sergeant)
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Oh, Henry! . . .
Henry Paulson is a 54 year old bank teller . . . . . Head Teller that is . . . . Of course he is the ONLY teller in the small bank. He is a quiet man . . . meek, humble, always the servant of others . . . . Including his wife, who is the perfect template for the legendary nagging witch of a woman that unfortunately, really exists in many of our lives. Quiet Henry dreams of wild times in Rio and in his mind he is a much different man without his nag of a wife . . . . But the reality of his life is much different, until one day at the bank he has a sudden sharp pain in his heart. A trip to the doctor confirms that his heart is failing, and he hasn't much time left. If he can avoid all stress and excitement he may have as long as two years . . . . Maybe . . . . Suddenly the timid Henry decides to take life by the horns and take charge of how he will spend his last days. He visits a travel agent and books passage to Rio de Janeiro . . . He will take a train to the coast and spend some time in a small seaside inn while waiting for his ship to come in. While closing the bank he grabs an armful of money and stuffs it into a large suitcase and soon will disappear as Henry Paulson and reappear at the small seaside inn as Mr. Naughton. Like every small seaside inn in England there are fascinating characters staying there, and soon our Henry finds himself becoming entangled with the problems of the guests, and he discovers that one of the guests is a blackmailer who will be extorting and stealing from the other guests. What will our timid bank robber do when faced with a scoundrel ex-con who discovers who Henry is? Henry plans to have the ex-con drink a glass of poison when the scoundrel visits Henry to take his stolen money from him. As the ex-con raises the glass to his lips . . . . Scotland Yard is knocking on the door . . . . Who will live, and who will die? . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Alastair Hunter and Charles Victor
Avice Landone and Charles Victor
Avice Landone and Charles Victor
Avice Landone and Leslie Weston
Cyril Chamberlain and Avice Landone
Cyril Chamberlain and Charles Victor
Cyril Chamberlain and Peggy Mount
Frank Forsyth and Martin Wyldeck
Patrick Jordan and Victor Charles
Ronnie Stevens and Charles Victor
Zena Marshall, Carole Lesley and Cyril Chamberlain
Zena Marshall and Cyril Chamberlain
Zena Marshall and Michael Craig