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The Gelignite Gang

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The Gelignite Gang
The Gelignite Gang.jpg
American release poster
Directed byTerence Fisher
Francis Searle
Written byBrandon Fleming
Story byBrandon Fleming
Produced byBrandon Fleming
Geoffrey Goodhart
StarringWayne Morris
Sandra Dorne
CinematographyCedric Williams
Edited byDouglas Myers
Music byJerry Levy
Cybex Film Productions
Distributed byRenown Pictures (UK)
Astor Pictures (US)
Release date
  • March 1956 (1956-03) (UK)
Running time
74 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

The Gelignite Gang is a black and white 1956 British crime film directed by Terence Fisher and Francis Searle, starring Wayne Morris and Sandra Dorne.[1] The film was released in the U.S. as The Dynamiters.[2]


American insurance investigator Jimmy Baxter works for the Anglo American Investigation Company in England. He searches for a gang of jewel robbers who use gelignite as part of their modus operandi. He goes to The Green Dragon Club to interview its owner Mr Popoulos. After he leaves the head waiter Bergman calls him from a phone box but is shot dead by an unseen assailant before he can say much.

Baxter is more successful than his boss at chatting up the office secretary, Sally, and asks her to dinner at the Green Dragon Club.

Sally does some sleuthing on her own and finds valuable clues. Baxter tracks the gang to its lair, but then Sally is kidnapped by Mr. G, the gang's secret mastermind and tied up in a warehouse.

Initially the old pawnbroker appears to be the mastermind. The gang are tracked to his pawn shop and when they fail to shoot their way out they set fire to the building. Ultimately Mr G appears to be Rutherford, the boss of Anglo American.



  1. ^ "The Gelignite Gang (1956)".
  2. ^ "Gelignite Gang (1956) - Terence Fisher,Francis Searle - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related - AllMovie".

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