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Midnight Movie: The Man in Half Moon Street


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starring Nils Asther Helen Walker
' Did he commit wholesale murder to keep their love forever young?', asked the cinema posters. A mysterious series of murders which have occurred throughout Europe for the past 100 years have baffled criminologists the world over. The evidence points to the fact that the killings were all committed by the same man ...
Screenplay by CHARLES kenyon and GARRETT FORT. based on a play by BARRÉ LYNDON . Directed by RALPH MURPIIY . Films: page 13


Unknown: Nils Asther
Unknown: Helen Walker
Unknown: Charles Kenyon
Play By: Barré Lyndon
Directed By: Ralph Murpiiy
Julian Karell: Nils Asther
Eve Brandon: Helen Walker
Dr Kurt Van Bruecken: Reinhold Schunzel
Dr Henry Latimer: Paul Cavanagh
Sir Humphrey Brandon: Edmond Breon
Allen Guthrie: Morton Lowry
Inspector Garth: Matthew Boulton
Butler: Brandon Hurst

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Midnight Movie: The Man in Half Moon Street

BBC Two England, 23 January 1982 23.55

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