Dead Man's Evidence

Dead Man's Evidence

Francis Searle (1962)

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The third of four featurettes churned out by Francis Searle in 1962, this provides a sobering insight into how the rest of the British film industry was handling espionage thrillers while Terence Young was making Dr No. With his heyday as TV's William Tell already behind him, Conrad Phillips stars as a spy sent to investigate when the body of a defector is washed up on an Irish beach. The direction is as perfunctory as the script.


When a British secret agent's body washes up on the coast of Ireland, evidence soon emerges that he was a traitor providing information to the Russians. However, the dead man has been framed and the real double agent is still at large. Spy thriller, starring Conrad Phillips and Jane Griffiths.

Cast & Crew

David Baxter Conrad Phillips
Linda Howard Jane Griffiths
Gay Clifford Veronica Hurst
Mark Fallon Ryck Rydon
Supt O'Brien Godfrey Quigley
Col James Somerset Bruce Seton
Andy Harry Webster
Mrs Mac Maureen Halligan
Director Francis Searle
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Language: EnglishBlack and white