They Can't Hang Me (October 1, 1955)

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They Can't Hang Me
 

Released on October 1, 1955: A condemned killer in England wants to trade the name of the greatest British spy traitor for his freedom, and Scotland Yard has only five days to get the name before he hangs.

Produced by Roger Proudlock

Directed by Val Guest

The Actors: Terence Morgan (Inspector Ralph Brown), Yolande Donlan (Jill Wilson), Anthony Oliver (Inspector Newcombe), Andre Morell (Robert Isaac Pitt), Reginald Beckwith (Harold, Brown's butler), Ursula Howells (Antonia Pitt), Guido Lorraine (Pietr Revski), Basil Dignam (wing commander), John Horsley (Assistant Commissioner), Mark Dignam (prison Governor), Raymond Rollett (Sir Robert Rosper), Fred Johnson (Professor Robinson-Heston), Arnold Marle (Professor Karl Kope), Barry Lowe (Private Eric Colter, the soldier with the rifle), Diana Lambert (youg lady on street), Richard Cuthbert (the Judge), Petra Davies (Pitt's maid), Brown Derby (Police Sergeant), Michael Godfrey (Cherwell Security Guard), Philip Levene (BBC news reader), Arthur Lovegrove (Nick), John Maxwell (Brown's co-driver), Guy Mills (Brown's driver), Stuart Mitchell (head waiter), Cyril Renison (Enders), Nigel Sharpe (soldier)

 

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The British Spy With Atomic Secrets

A man walks into a building in Soho and upstairs we can see his shadow in the window as he confronts a streetwalker and then kills her . . . At the same time we are watching a female in the phone box across the street calling the cops, then hanging up and vanishing into the darkness. The cops in England are obviously a lot quicker to respond than here in the States because moments later as the killer is walking out of the building he is surrounded by London's finest and held for murder. The trial is quick and the sentence is sure . . . Death by hanging in five days. The convicted killer cries out "They Can't Hang Me!" . . . And our spy thriller is under way. Scotland Yard's Top Secret Inspector Ralph Brown, played by Terence Morgan, is called to the Assistant Commissioner's office with news that the condemned man asked for him by name . . . and only top secret spies know his name . . . When Brown visits the condemned man he learns that the man was an agent of an enemy country and he knows two things that England needs to know very badly. The condemned man knows the identity of the top foreign spy in England, and he knows about a plot to steal the nuclear trigger for an atomic bomb in a couple of days. The condemned man will trade the information for his freedom, and now Secret Agent Brown has five days to uncover the identity of the foreign spy and prevent the theft of the nuclear trigger so that the condemned spy will not go free. The race is on and clues come very slowly as Inspector Brown starts to build a list of potential suspects . . . Just as he is interviewing four men at a top secret government installation that are working with the nuclear trigger . . . it turns up missing and alarms wale loudly around the facility as the place is locked down tight, trying to prevent the top secret nuclear trigger from leaving the country with the mysterious foreign spy. No one is beyond suspicion including Sir Robert Rosper, head of the nuclear facility, and the top scientists working there. Clues are emerging that lead in several directions, and Brown's partner Inspector Newcome finally thinks he knows the identity of the spy, and writes it on a piece of paper as the final action is beginning . . . . I also have a suspicion about the identity of the spy, and it turns out that the man I suspect is the same name that Inspector Newcome wrote on his piece of paper. I won't tell you if we were correct or not, but you will know once the piece of paper is read by Brown just after the super spy is captured. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and decide who you think the spy will turn out to be.

André Morell and Terence Morgan
André Morell and Terence Morgan
André Morrell
André Morrell
Anthony Oliver
Anthony Oliver
Arnold Marlé and Raymond Rollett
Arnold Marlé and Raymond Rollett
Arnold Marlé
Arnold Marlé
Arthur Lovegrove and Terence Morgan
Arthur Lovegrove and Terence Morgan
Barry Lowe
Barry Lowe
Basil Dignam
Basil Dignam
Diana Lambert gets a light from Terence Morgan
Diana Lambert gets a light from Terence Morgan
Diana Lambert
Diana Lambert
Fred Johnson, Arnold Marlé and Raymond Rollett
Fred Johnson, Arnold Marlé and Raymond Rollett
Fred Johnson and Terence Morgan
Fred Johnson and Terence Morgan
Guido Lorraine and Ursula Howells
Guido Lorraine and Ursula Howells
John Horsley, Anthony Oliver and Terence Morgan
John Horsley, Anthony Oliver and Terence Morgan
John Horsley, Terence Morgan and Anthony Oliver
John Horsley, Terence Morgan and Anthony Oliver
John Horsley
John Horsley
Mark Dignam and Terence Morgan
Mark Dignam and Terence Morgan
Petra Davies and Terence Morgan
Petra Davies and Terence Morgan
Philip Levene
Philip Levene
Raymond Roullett, Fred Johnson and Terence Morgan
Raymond Roullett, Fred Johnson and Terence Morgan
Raymond Roullett
Raymond Roullett
Reginald Beckwith and Yolande Donlan
Reginald Beckwith and Yolande Donlan
Reginald Beckwith
Reginald Beckwith
Richard Cuthbert
Richard Cuthbert
Terence Morgan
Terence Morgan
Terence Morgan and Reginald Beckwith
Terence Morgan and Reginald Beckwith
Terence Morgan and André Morell
Terence Morgan and André Morell
Terence Morgan
Terence Morgan
Ursula Howells and Guido Lorraine
Ursula Howells and Guido Lorraine
Ursula Howells meets Terence Morgan
Ursula Howells meets Terence Morgan
Ursula Howells
Ursula Howells
Yolande Donlan
Yolande Donlan