London Blackout Murders
London Blackout Murders is a 1943 American crime film directed by George Sherman and written by Curt Siodmak. The film stars John Abbott, Mary McLeod, Lloyd Corrigan, Lester Matthews, Anita Sharp-Bolster and Louis Borel. The film was released on January 15, 1943, by Republic Pictures.
|London Blackout Murders|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||George Sherman|
|Produced by||George Sherman|
|Screenplay by||Curt Siodmak|
|Music by||Mort Glickman|
|Cinematography||Jack A. Marta|
|Edited by||Charles Craft|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
A young girl, Mary Tillet, is forced to find a new place to live due to her London home being bombed during World War II. Her tobacconist landlord, Jack Rawling, portrayed by actor John Abbott, tries to help her turn her new apartment into a home. Meanwhile, the newspapers are reporting news of the "London Blackout Murders," a murder spree being committed against a ring of suspected Nazi spies, and Mary must determine if her kind landlord is an assassin.
- John Abbott as Jack Rawlings
- Mary McLeod as Mary Tillet
- Lloyd Corrigan as Inspector Harris
- Lester Matthews as Oliver Madison
- Anita Sharp-Bolster as Mrs. Pringle
- Louis Borel as Peter Dongen
- Billy Bevan as Air Raid Warden
- Lumsden Hare as Supt. Neil
- Frederick Worlock as Eugene Caldwell
- Carl Harbord as George Sandleigh
- Keith Hitchcock as Village Constable
- Tom Stevenson as Police Doctor
- Emory Parnell as Henryk Peterson
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