A woman's painted portrait and a post card with a sketch of a woman's hand holding a Chianti bottle are the main clues used by the Scotland Yard to solve a string of murders connected to a diamond-smuggling ring.
Work has been going with a bang for freelance assassin Hawkins but a job in England is a different matter. His apparently easy target, a pompous government minister, is off for some ... See full summary »
The paths of the stars of 'La Bete Humaine' and 'La Strada' incongruously crossed on the set of this frivolous little picture which like most old British movies as usual ironically - given the subject matter - lies in its bit players (Glenda Jackson can just be glimpsed as one of Denis Lotis's teenaged fans near the end).
It's all very dull apart from a surprisingly rough boxing match between Tom Clegg and Sid James (both of whom not long afterwards became regulars in the early 'Carry On' films) and a likeable supporting turn by Colin Gordon as Josephine Griffin's father.
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