The Mysterious Mr. Nicholson
The Mysterious Mr. Nicholson is a 1947 British crime film directed by Oswald Mitchell and starring Anthony Hulme, Lesley Osmond and Frank Hawkins. The screenplay concerns the beneficiary of a lucrative inheritance, who is found dead by a solicitor's clerk.
|The Mysterious Mr. Nicholson|
English pressbook cover
|Directed by||Oswald Mitchell|
|Produced by||Gilbert Church|
|Written by||Francis Miller|
Oswald Mitchell (Additional scenes & dialogue)
|Music by||Isaac Snoek|
Gilbert Church Productions (as Bushey)
|Distributed by||Ambassador Film Productions Ltd. (UK)|
|16 June 1947 (UK)|
A solicitors secretary is taking a will to a client to be altered. Nearing the address, she bumps into a stranger and after finds a body (who turns out to be the client) lying murdered. The police find a note pinned to the dead man signed by a DLS. Mr Nicholson (DLS) IS approached by the police and he takes up the case.