The Broken Horseshoe (1953)

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The Broken Horseshoe
 

Released in 1953: A London Doctor gets mixed up with a beautiful mysterious lady who is part of the secret Broken Horseshoe Society.

Produced by Ernest G. Roy

Directed by Martyn C. Webster

The Actors: Robert Beatty (Doctor Mark Fenton), Elizabeth Sellars (Della Freeman), Peter Coke (Detective Inspector George Bellamy), Hugh Kelly (Doctor Craig), Janet Butler (Sister Rogers), Vida Hope (Jackie Leroy), Ferdy Mayne (Charles Constance), James Raglan (Superintendant Grayson), Frank Atkinson (unknown), George Benson (Prescott), Roger Delgado (Felix Gallegos), Jean Hardwicke (unknown), Ronald Leigh-Hunt (Sergeant Lewis), Hugh Pryse (Mr. Rattray), Toke Townley (Fred Barker), Robert Raglan (unknown), Marc Sheldon (waiter)

 
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Doctors and Dames Deceiving Scotland Yard

A stranger gets hit by a car on a busy London street and the good Doctor Fenton brings him out of his coma and back to reasonable health. No surprises there . . . except . . . for the strange and beautiful lady who inquires about the injured man . . . and the Scotland Yard Detective Inspector who thinks that the man was hit intentionally for some reason . . . and the broken horseshoe of flowers delivered to the injured man by the strange unknown beauty . . . and did I mention that the good Doctor Fenton is the brother-in-law of the Scotland Yard Inspector? Okay . . . now we are interested, but there is more that will make our heads spin . . . As the injured man leaves hospital he gives the good doctor an envelope addressed to a woman and asks the doctor to mail it for him on the next Wednesday if he doesn't show up for his scheduled check-up with the Doctor. When the injured man doesn't show for his appointment the good doctor walks the few blocks to the apartment that the envelope was addressed to, and finds the injured man dead on the floor of the apartment. The good doctor then opens the envelope and discovers . . . well, he discovers . . . a train ticket . . . a train ticket that strangers will try to kill the good doctor to recover. The mystery deepens as we discover the existence of the secret society of the broken horseshoe and the secret agents that are operating under the noses of Scotland Yard . . . and our doctor's brother-in-law, who, by the way, is framed for the murder of the injured man. The Doctor falls for the beautiful girl from the broken horseshoe gang and helps her evade his brother-in-law from Scotland Yard. So it is the innocent Doctor Fenton and the mysterious beautiful secret agent against all of Scotland Yard. The doctor lies to Scotland Yard to protect the beautiful girl, and the beautiful girl lies to the doctor to get his help, and the truth becomes very elusive as dead bodies begin to pile up. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with lots of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Elizabeth Sellars and Robert Beatty
Elizabeth Sellars and Robert Beatty
Elizabeth Sellars visits hospital
Elizabeth Sellars visits hospital
Elizabeth Sellars at Scotland Yard
Elizabeth Sellars at Scotland Yard
Elizabeth Sellars
Elizabeth Sellars
Elizabeth Sellars
Elizabeth Sellars
Ferdy Mayne and Robert Beatty
Ferdy Mayne and Robert Beatty
Ferdy Mayne gives Robert Beatty the envelope with the ticket inside
Ferdy Mayne gives Robert Beatty the envelope with the ticket inside
Ferdy Mayne in hospital
Ferdy Mayne in hospital
Hugh Kelly and Robert Beatty
Hugh Kelly and Robert Beatty
Hugh Kelly
Hugh Kelly
James Ragland and Peter Coke
James Ragland and Peter Coke
Janet Butler and Peter Coke
Janet Butler and Peter Coke
Janet Butler and Robert Beatty
Janet Butler and Robert Beatty
Janet Butler
Janet Butler
Peter Coke and James Raglan
Peter Coke and James Raglan
Peter Coke
Peter Coke
Peter Coke and Robert Beatty
Peter Coke and Robert Beatty
Peter Coke
Peter Coke
Robert Beatty and Peter Coke
Robert Beatty and Peter Coke
Robert Beatty and Elizabeth Sellars
Robert Beatty and Elizabeth Sellars
Robert Beatty
Robert Beatty
Roger Delgado and Robert Beatty
Roger Delgado and Robert Beatty
Roger Delgado and Robert Beatty
Roger Delgado and Robert Beatty
Roger Delgado
Roger Delgado
Vida Hope and Robert Beatty
Vida Hope and Robert Beatty
Vida Hope
Vida Hope