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|A Case for PC 49|
|Directed by||Francis Searle|
|Produced by||Anthony Hinds|
|Written by||Vernon Harris |
|Starring||Brian Reece |
|Music by||Frank Spencer|
|Cinematography||Walter J. Harvey|
|Edited by||James Needs|
|Distributed by||Exclusive Films|
A Case for PC 49 is a 1951 British mystery film directed by Francis Searle and starring Brian Reece, Joy Shelton and Christine Norden. It was made by Hammer Films at Bray Studios. The film was based on a popular radio series, which already been adapted into the 1949 production The Adventures of PC 49. It was released as a second feature.
- Brian Reece as Archibald Berkeley-Willoughby
- Joy Shelton as Joan Carr
- Christine Norden as Della Dainton
- Leslie Bradley as Victor Palantine
- George McLeod as Inspector Wilson
- Campbell Singer as Sgt. Wright
- Jack Stewart as Cutler
- Michael Balfour as Chubby Price
- Michael Ripper as George Steele
- Joan Seton as Elsie
- Edna Morris as Mrs. Bott
- John Sharp as Desk Sergeant
- Frank Hawkins as Police Sergeant
- John Barry as Pewter
- John Warren as Coffee Dan
- Chibnall & MacFarlane p.79
- Chibnall, Steve & McFarlane, Brian. The British 'B' Film. Palgrave MacMillan, 2009.
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