Director Alfred Travers
Cinematography James Wilson
Country United Kingdom
Music director Stanley Black
Genres Drama, Crime Fiction
|Writer Renalt Capes, Vivienne Ades, Stephen Clarkson|
Release date 3 June 1947
Cast Herbert Lom (Jules de Lisle / Georges de Lisle), Phyllis Dixey (Penny aka Gloria Gregg), Terence De Marney (Mike Bergen), Ronald Frankau (Vincent Barney), Abraham Sofaer (French Judge), Eugene Deckers (French Ringmaster)
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Dual Alibi is a 1947 British drama film directed by Alfred Travers and starring Herbert Lom, Phyllis Dixey and Terence De Marney. The film is a British classical Film Noir. It was made by British National Films at Elstree Studios.
A top French acrobatic act, the de Lisle twins, are hired by a British promoter to perform in his Blackpool show. While working there one of the twins falls in love with a cigarette girl and aspiring singer Penny. After the twins win the French lottery, she steals their ticket with the help of a spivish publicity agent and goes to Paris to claim the prize. The twins follow them to seek revenge.
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