Release date2 October 1950 WriterAmbrose Grayson (story), Ted Kavanagh (by arrangement with), Jackson Budd, Ambrose Grayson (screen play), Emma Trechman (screen play) Initial releaseSeptember 22, 1950 (Plymouth) CastDon Stannard (Dick Barton), Tamara Desni (Anna), George Ford (Snowey White), Meinhart Maur (Serge Volkoff), Joyce Linden (Mary Mitchell), Percy Walsh (Professor Mitchell) Music directorFrank Spencer, Rupert Grayson Similar moviesMemories of Murder, Se7en, Let's Be Cops, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, The Secret in Their Eyes, Sherlock Holmes
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Dick Barton Strikes Back is a 1950 British film about special agent Dick Barton. It was the second of three films that Hammer Film Productions made about the British agent, although it was the last released.
Captain Richard 'Dick' Barton and his wartime college; 'Snowey' White, are quickly assigned to recover a kidnapped scientist and de-activate a death ray before national catastrophe triggers World War III with Great Britain at the heart of Hell...
Don Stannard as Dick Barton
Tamara Desni as Anna
George Ford as Snowey White
Meinhart Maur as Serge Volkoff
Joyce Linden as Mary Mitchell
Percy Walsh as Professor Mitchell
Campbell Singer as Sir George Cavendish
John Arnatt as Jackson
Richard George as Inspector Slade
Beatrice Kane as Betsy Horrock
Patrick Macnee as Phillips (Credited as Patrick McNee)
George Crawford as Boris
Paddy Ryan as Fingers
Fred Owens as A Gangster (Credited as Fred Owen)
Yoshihide Yanai as Chang
Ted Butterfield as Tommy
Arthur Howard as Extra
Eliot Makeham as Police Sergeant
Jim O'Brady as Henchman
Ross Parker as Stall Holder
Ben Williams as Submarine Captain Korczanski
The film's title during production was Dick Barton vs the Death Ray. A fourth Barton film was scheduled, Dick Barton in Africa, but Don Stannard was killed in a car crash driving back from the wrap party and Hammer elected not to continue the series.
Dick Barton at Bay currently holds an average two and a half star rating (5.3/10) on IMDb.