Don't Talk to Strange Men

Don't Talk to Strange Men is a 1962 British crime thriller film directed by Pat Jackson and produced at Marylebone Film Studios and on location in Buckinghamshire.[2]

Don't Talk to Strange Men
British quad poster
Directed byPat Jackson
Produced byDerick Williams
Screenplay byGwen Cherrell
CinematographyStephen Dade
Edited byHelen Wiggins
A Derick Williams Production
Distributed byBryanston Films (UK)
Release date
  • 1962 (1962) (UK)
Running time
65 min
CountryUnited Kingdom


A schoolgirl becomes embroiled in a liaison with a strange man who calls her in a phone kiosk as she waits for a bus in a quiet country lane. However, she finds herself and her younger sister in mortal danger and with a serial killer on the loose the man may be dangerous.


Critical reception

In the Radio Times, Tony Sloman wrote "This worthy little feature with a social message is more interesting now for its depiction of early 1960s Britain," but concluded that "director Pat Jackson's thriller still has relevance today."[3]


Don't Talk to Strange Men on IMDb

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