GenreCrime, Drama, Mystery ScreenplayIan Stuart Black CountryUnited Kingdom
Release dateAugust 1951 WriterIan Stuart Black (scenario), Francis Edge (story), John Temple-Smith (story) CastGuy Rolfe (Robert), Rona Anderson (Barbara), Francis Lister (Wainright), Alan Wheatley (Hughes), Bruce Belfrage (Solicitor), Peter Jones (Lips Leonard) Similar moviesRelated Terence Fisher movies
Home to Danger is a 1951 British film noir crime film directed by Terence Fisher starring Guy Rolfe, Rona Anderson and Stanley Baker. It was made at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith as a supporting feature.
A young woman returns to Britain following the death of her estranged, wealthy father who is believed to have committed suicide. It is expected that the bulk of the estate will pass to his business partner. However, when the will is read out she is given most of the money as a gesture of reconciliation by her father. She clings to her belief that he did not kill himself and investigates the circumstances of his death. Before long, plots are being hatched to kill her.
Guy Rolfe as Robert
Rona Anderson as Barbara
Francis Lister as Wainright
Alan Wheatley as Hughes
Bruce Belfrage as Solicitor
Peter Jones as Lips Leonard
Stanley Baker as Willie Dougan
Dennis Harkin as Jimmy-The-One
Radio Times called the film a "standard whodunnit" ; while Britmovie thought it a "tense murder-mystery b-movie."