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Three Crooked Men

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Three Crooked Men
"Three Crooked Men" (1958).jpg
Directed byErnest Morris
Produced byEdward J. Danziger
Harry Lee Danziger
Written byBrian Clemens
Eldon Howard
StarringGordon Jackson
Music byEdwin Astley
Albert Elms
CinematographyJames Wilson (as Jimmy Wilson)
Edited byMaurice Rootes
Production
company
Distributed byParamount British Pictures (UK)
Release date
October 1958 (UK)
Running time
71 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Three Crooked Men is a 1958 British crime film directed by Ernest Morris and starring Gordon Jackson.[1][2]

Plot

Three crooks break into a store hoping to gain access to the bank next door. The store keeper has remained in the rear of the store after a drunken fight with his wife, the men take him hostage. A passerby, a bank employee, hears him shout knocks on the front door, tries to help, but he too is captured. The two kidnapped men are dumped in the country eventually getting free and are recognized/arrested as the "wanted men" in news reports. Under questioning the police don't want to believe them as the missing shop owner and missing bank employee seem to have committed the crime. While awaiting court the two men return to the store come across a photo which had been dropped during the break-in and decide their best chance is to track down the thieves themselves.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Three Crooked Men at Films de France
  2. ^ "Three Crooked Men". BFI. Archived from the original on 13 July 2012.

External links

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