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Assignment Redhead

Assignment Redhead

Maclean Rogers (1956)



Our Score
Aficionados of low-budget British movies know Maclean Rogers as the prolific director of some of the lousiest pictures ever made. Also known as Million Dollar Manhunt, this dismal thriller has all the hallmarks of a Butcher's production - shoddy script, cheap settings and a cast of has-beens and no-hopers. Ronald Adam can just about hold his head up as the crook intent on blagging $12 million worth of counterfeit Nazi cash. But Richard Denning as the agent on his tail and Carole Mathews as the singer who switches sides are so inept their performances have a ghoulish must-see quality about them.


An American army officer working for British intelligence comes to post-war Berlin to solve a murder. His investigation is compromised when he falls for a nightclub singer, not realising she is an agent of the criminal mastermind he is on the trail of. Crime drama, starring Richard Denning, Carole Matthews and Ronald Adam.

Cast & Crew

Keen Richard Denning
Hedy Carole Mathews
Scammel / Dumetrius Ronald Adam
Yottie Danny Green
Ridgeway Brian Worth
Sally Jan Holden
Sergeant Coutts Hugh Moxey
Mitchell Elwyn Brook-Jones
Bonnet Peter Swanwick
Director Maclean Rogers
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Other Information

Language: English Black and White Theatrical distributor: Butchers Film Service Ltd


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