February 22, 2017


Someone at the Door – 1950 | 65 mins | Mystery | B&W

Plot Synopsis

Someone at the Door

Someone at the Door, was a remake of a 1935 thriller, itself based on a successful stage play. A newsman and his sister inherit an apparently haunted house and invent a story of a killing at the house but it comes true. Better than most of Exclusive’s output during this period, it remains of interest chiefly for its title sequence, in which the cast pass through a mansion door, which is subsequently removed by two stage hands who reveal it to be a piece of scenery in a field, behind which the crew are lurking.

Production Team

Francis Searle: Director
Denis Wreford: Art Direction
Anthony Hinds: Assistant Producer
Walter J Harvey: Cinematography
John Ferris: Editing
Monica Hustler: Makeup Department
Philip Leakey: Makeup Department
Frank Spencer: Original Music
Dorothy Campbell Christie): Script
AR Rawlinson: Script
Edgar Vetter: Sound Department


Michael Medwin: Ronnie Martin
Garry Marsh: Kapel
Yvonne Owen: Sally Martin
Hugh Latimer: Bill Reid
Danny Green: Price
Campbell Singer: Inspector Spedding
John Kelly: Police Constable

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