Out of the Fog / Radio Cab Murder DVD


Out Of The Fog: Dublin born, Montgomery Tully directed this 1962 Eternal Films production, which he also wrote. Starring David Sumner and Susan Travers (Van Der Valk) as well as John Arnatt who appeared in 103 productions, including Whistle Down the Wind. Tullys direction is tight and brings a good deal of tension to this crime drama.Radio Cab Murder: Jimmy Hanley stars in this 1954 Insignia production. Cab driver Fred, (Hanley) a reformed safe cracker is recruited by the police to infiltrate a gang. Fred is aided by his fellow cabbies, when things start to go wrong...... Written and directed by Vernon Sewell and with a good british cast this is an enjoyable crime caper. Picture and Sound restored to an excellent quality. [show more]

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30 April 2012
Renown Pictures 
138 minutes 
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Double bill of crime thrillers. 'Out of the Fog' (1962) stars David Sumner as a Scotland Yard policeman assigned the task of catching an elusive killer. The murderer only strikes during full moons and favours blondes, which leads George Mallon (Sumner) to formulate a plan that involves using the beautiful June (Susan Travers) to lure the criminal into the open. However, the plot is fraught with danger. 'Radio Cab Murder' (1954) stars Jimmy Hanley as Fred Martin, a cab driver whose criminal past encourages the police to recruit him and assign him the task of infiltrating a notorious gang. However, when the attempt goes wrong it is Fred's fellow cab drivers, rather than the police, who come to his aid...