Ceremony of Commemoration
Conducted by the Rev. John Stirton , C.V.O., D.D., Domestic Chaplain to
H.M. The King
A Guidon of the Scots Greys will be laid up in the Shrine during the Ceremony
From Edinburgh Castle
[by] Edgar Wallace
Adapted by Howard Rose
Produced by Lance Sieveking
with Arthur Gomez as Tony Perrelli and Charles Farrell as Con O'Hara (Spike)
Chief Detective Commissioner
The cast includes
Harvey Jones, Peter Madden, Macdonald Parke, Cecilia Eddy, Charles Spencer, Rita Vale, Joe Hayman
A casualty ward in a Chicago hospital
Tony Perrelli's apartment on Michigan Avenue, Chicago - morning
Tony's apartment. That night
Tony's apartment. The following day - late afternoon
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