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A woman trying to solve the mystery of a friend's murder finds that she may be the next victim in this suspense story set in turn-of-the-century London. Belle Adair (Peggy Cummins) is a struggling showgirl willing to use her charms to snare an eligible bachelor. When her roommate is murdered, Belle's suspicions turn to Michael Drego (Victor Mature), the wealthy but mysterious gentlemen whom the late woman had been dating. Belle pulls some strings and gets an invitation to dine at the estate that Michael shares with his mother, Lady Sterling (Ethel Barrymore); she learns that Michael has a new fiancée, Audrey (Patricia Medina). When Audrey later dies under suspicious circumstances, Inspector Clinner (Vincent Price) from Scotland Yard is assigned to investigate, and he finds himself protecting Belle when the murderer begins following her trail. Keep an eye peeled for horror movie great George Zucco, who plays Craxton. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi


Norman Ainsley
as Deputy Coroner
Peggy Cummins
as Belle Adair
Harry Allen
as Threadbare Man
Victor Mature
as Michael Drego
Ethel Barrymore
as Lady Sterling
Billy Bevan
as White Horse Cabby
Vincent Price
as Inspector Clinner
Margo Woode
as Daisy Arrow
Clifford Brooke
as Chemist
Patricia Medina
as Audrey Ashton
Colin Campbell
as Art Gallery Attendant
Leonard Carey
as Coroner
Paul England
as Pub Owner
Al Ferguson
as Constable
Alex Frazer
as Mr. Bulke
Alec Harford
as Cassian
Sam Harris
as Family Solicitor
Stuart Holmes
as Pompous English Colonel
Connie Leon
as Seamstress
Charles McNaughton
as Alf
Pat O'Moore
as George Gilby
Felippa Rock
as Liza
Carol Savage
as Harriett
Rhys Williams
as Deputy Inspector Evans
Victor Wood
as Wilson
George Zucco
as Craxton
Frank Baker
as Man Lodger
Colin Kenny
as Cab Driver
Tom Moore
as Foreman in Coroner's Court
Francis Pierlot
as Train Conductor
Wallace Scott
Sally Shepherd
as Maid
Tom Moore
as Foreman in Coroner's Court
Francis Pierlot
as Train Conductor
Colin Kenny
as Cab Driver
Frank Baker
as Man Lodger


Gregory Ratoff
Gene Markey
Jules Furthman
Niven Busch
Joe MacDonald
Alfred Newman
Musical Direction/Supervision
David Buttolph
Composer (Music Score)
James B. Clark
Mark-Lee Kirk
Art Director
Richard Day
Art Director
Edwin B. Willis
Set Designer
Rene Hubert
Costume Designer
Roger Heman
Sound/Sound Designer
George Leverett
Sound/Sound Designer
Fred Sersen
Special Effects