Rogues Yarn/The Steel Key DVD


ROGUES YARN: When Derek Bond is persuaded by his mistress, Nicole Maurey, to murder his rich invalid wife, he concocts a seemingly waterproof alibi by appearing to be in charge of his yacht on a Channel crossing at the time of her demise. But the scheme proves full of holes under the close inspection of Elwyn Brook-Jones’s Scotland Yard inspector. Co-written and directed by Vernon Sewell, a keen sailor in his spare time, can also be seen acting in this film. It was partly shot on location at Shoreham and Le Havre. SCARLET WEB: Directed By Robert Baker, who went on... to direct “The Saint”. Steel Key tells the story of An adventurer who embarks on a mission to track down a group of thieves who have stolen the formula for processed hardened steel, and are going to extreme and violent lengths to cover their tracks. Thriller, starring Terence Morgan, Joan Rice and Raymond Lovell. [show more]

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05 October 2015
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Double bill of British crime dramas. In 'Rogues Yarn' (1957), adulterous husband John Marsden (Derek Bond) is persuaded by his French mistress (Nicole Maurey) to kill his invalid wife so they can be together. Despite his foolproof alibi, John's ingenious plot soon becomes unravelled under the close scrutiny of the determined Inspector Walker (Elwyn Brook-Jones). 'The Steel Key' (1953) follows adventurer Johnny O'Flynn (Terence Morgan) as he tries to track down a group of thieves who have stolen an important military formula for hardening metal; but he's not the only one who's on their trail...