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Incident at Midnight

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Incident at Midnight
Incident at Midnight (1963).jpg
Directed byNorman Harrison
Written byArthur La Bern
Based ona short story by Edgar Wallace
Produced byJack Greenwood
Starring
CinematographyJames Wilson
Edited byDerek Holding
Music byBernard Ebbinghouse
Production
company
Merton Park Studios
Distributed byAnglo-Amalgamated Film Distributors
Release date
1963
Running time
56 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Incident at Midnight is a 1963 British crime film directed by Norman Harrison and starring Anton Diffring, William Sylvester and Justine Lord.[1] It was made at Merton Park Studios as part of the series of Edgar Wallace Mysteries, in this case adapted from one of Wallace's short stories.[2][3]

Plot

Old Dr. Schroeder (Martin Miller), who has been struck off, attends a late night chemist every night for a prescription, and to observe Dr. Leichner (Anton Diffring), an ex-Nazi war criminal who has taken a new identity. Leichner, we discover, has a blonde wife (Sylva Langova), and a blonde mistress (Jacqueline Jones), who is blackmailing him. He is also involved in a drug scam involving two lockers and two keys, and aims to become a millionaire selling drugs. Meanwhile, a wounded bank robber has been taken to the dispensary for treatment, and to rendezvous with his gang leader. Old Dr. Schroeder finds himself attending to the robber's injuries.

Cast

Critical reception

Sky Movies wrote that the "harsh black-and-white photography effectively catches the bleak, claustrophobic atmosphere of the all-night chemist's in which some of the drama is set";[4] while Leonard Maltin rated it two stars, calling it a "trim yarn."[5]

References

  1. ^ BFI.org
  2. ^ "» EDGAR WALLACE AT MERTON PARK – by Tise Vahimagi".
  3. ^ Goble, Alan (1 January 1999). The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter. ISBN 9783110951943 – via Google Books.
  4. ^ "Incident at Midnight".
  5. ^ Maltin, Leonard (29 September 2015). Turner Classic Movies Presents Leonard Maltin's Classic Movie Guide: From the Silent Era Through 1965: Third Edition. Penguin. ISBN 9780698197299 – via Google Books.

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