Strictly Confidential (film)

Strictly Confidential is a 1959 British comedy film directed by Charles Saunders and starring Richard Murdoch, William Kendall, Maya Koumani and Neil Hallett. Two con-men, recently released from prison, are enlisted by a widow to help her recover control of her late husband's business which has been taken from her.[1]

Strictly Confidential
Original British quad poster
Directed byCharles Saunders
Produced byGuido Coen
Screenplay byBrock Williams (& original story)
StarringRichard Murdoch
William Kendall
Maya Koumani
Music byMalcolm Lockyer
CinematographyWalter J. Harvey
Edited byPeter Pitt
A Twickenham Film Production
Distributed byAlliance Film Distributors Limited (U.K.)
J. Arthur Rank Film Distributors (U.K.)
Release date
Running time
62 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom


Released from prison, two genteel con-men, former Commander Binham-Ryley (Richard Murdoch) and former Major Rory McQuarry (William Kendall), target a beautiful and wealthy young widow (Maya Koumani) who hires them to run her factory. What the crooks fail to realise is that Maxine Millard has devious schemes of her own in mind.



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