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Death Is a Number (1951)

A man relates the story of his friend, racing driver John Bridgnorth, whose death may have been the final act of an ancient family curse.

Director:

Robert Henryson

Writers:

Charles Shaw (original story) (as Charles K. Shaw), Charles Shaw (scenario) (as Charles K. Shaw)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Terence Alexander ... Alan Robert
Denis Webb Denis Webb ... John Bridgeman
Lesley Osmond Lesley Osmond ... Joan Robert
Ingeborg von Kusserow ... Gipsy Girl (as Ingeborg Wells)
Peter Gawthorne Peter Gawthorne ... James Gregson
Isabel George Isabel George ... Nurse
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A man relates the story of his friend, racing driver John Bridgnorth, whose death may have been the final act of an ancient family curse.

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Genres:

Horror

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

November 1951 (UK) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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16 July 2016 | by malcolmgswSee all my reviews

Is this the worst B film ever made.It is difficult to understand what the producers were up to other than supporting a decent A feature and getting a good share of Eady Levy.There cannot be any other explanation of this utter load of tripe.Difficult to know whether laughable or irritating is the most apt description of this waste of celluloid.The dialogue is laughable woefully acted.Irritating because much of it is narrated by an over made up Terence Alexander.One wonders what the audience in the one and nines would have made about this.Probably chattering nineteen to the dozen,if they weren't bowled over like ninepins.


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