Joan Scott is distraught at the death of her husband in a plane crash. However, all is not as it seems. Joan has reason to believe that there is more to this than meets the eye and begins ...
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David Preston, a bank official goes missing for twenty-four hours and has no memory of the lost time, but when he learns that the steward of his local club has implicated him in a robbery, ... See full summary »
Joan Scott is distraught at the death of her husband in a plane crash. However, all is not as it seems. Joan has reason to believe that there is more to this than meets the eye and begins to investigate her husband's mysterious death and the involvement of a woman known simply as 'Diana'.Written by
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Definitely one of the more gripping "Butcher's" afternoon features
This is quite an enthralling little low budget British thriller as Betty McDowell starts to investigate the suspicious death of her husband in a plane crash on the Turkish border. Was he a spy? We set out to discover with the help of journalists Clare Owen and Vincent Ball what exactly happened - is he actually dead? Ernest Morris was an old hand at keeping these moving along a-pace and does so adequately here, too, with plenty of double-crosses to keep it interesting. The jungle-drums music is of the time, and no less annoying for that - it is no substitute for taut writing.
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