April 18, 2014

Films

Seven Keys – 1962 | 57 mins | Crime, Thriller | B&W

Plot Synopsis

Seven Keys

Pat Jackson, who made his name with such wartime documentaries as Western Approaches, intelligently directed this ingenious low-budget crime drama.

Convict Fredrick Russell (Alan Dobie), inherits seven keys from a fellow prisoner who died in a car crash, an accountant who had stolen 20,000 and never revealed its whereabouts. On his release, with the help of the accountant’s secretary, Shirley Steele (Jeannie Carson), Russell begins eliminating the identity of all the keys in order to find the loot. He discovers that the accountant was being blackmailed by model Natalie Worth (Delphi Lawrence), who knew that he was covering up for a hit-and-run accident committed by his son.

Production Team

Pat Jackson: Director
Jack Shampan: Art Direction
Ernest Steward: Cinematography
Morris Angel: Costume Design
Lionel Selwyn: Film Editing
Maude Onslow: Makeup Department
Trevor Crole-Rees: Makeup Department
Alan Clare: Original Music
Leslie Parkyn: Producer
Julian Wintle: Producer
Henry Blythand Jack Davies: Script
Ken Cameron: Sound Department
John W Mitchell: Sound Department

Cast

Jeannie Carson: Shirley Steele
Alan Dobie: Russell
Delphi Lawrence: Natalie Worth
John Carson: Norman
John Lee: Jefferson
Anthony Nicholls: Governor
Robertson Hare: Mr Piggott
Fabia Drake: Mrs Piggott
Alan White: Warder
Colin Gordon: Mr Barber
Peter Barkworth: Estate Agent



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