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Death in High Heels

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Death in High Heels
Directed byLionel Tomlinson
Based onDeath in High Heels by Christianna Brand
Produced byHenry Halstead
Anthony Hinds
StarringDon Stannard
Elsa Tee
Veronica Rose
CinematographyStanley Clinton
Production
company
Marylebone-Hammer Productions
Distributed byExclusive Films
Release date
July 18, 1947
Running time
48 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Death in High Heels is a 1947 British crime film directed by Lionel Tomlinson and starring Don Stannard, Elsa Tee and Veronica Rose.[1] It was based on the 1941 novel of the same title by Christianna Brand. It was a very early Hammer Films (here Marylebone-Hammer) production and was released through Exclusive Films, Hammer's original incarnation. Its running time was just over 50 minutes. It was last shown on British television on Channel 4 in 1991.

Plot

The police are called in when a woman is murdered at a luxury Bond Street shop.

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