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Paul Temples Triumph

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Director  Maclean Rogers
Prequel  Calling Paul Temple
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Language  English
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Mystery
Sequel  Paul Temple Returns
Country  United Kingdom
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Release date  May 1950 (1950-05)
Writer  Francis Durbridge, A.R. Rawlinson
Cast  John Bentley, Dinah Sheridan, Jack Livesey
Similar movies  Paul Temples Triumph and Calling Paul Temple are part of the same movie series

Paul Temple's Triumph is a 1950 British crime film directed by Maclean Rogers and starring John Bentley, Dinah Sheridan and Jack Livesey. It was the third in the series of four Paul Temple films made at Nettlefold Studios, and was an adaptation of the Francis Durbridge radio serial News of Paul Temple (1939). Temple is on the trail of a gang of international criminals trying to steal atomic secrets.

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Cast

  • John Bentley ... Paul Temple
  • Dinah Sheridan ... Steve Temple
  • Barbara Couper ... Mrs. Morgan
  • Hugh Dempster ... Oliver Ffollett
  • Dino Galvani ... Van Draper
  • Andrew Leigh ... Professor Hardwicke
  • Jack Livesey ... Sir Graham Forbes
  • Jenny Mathot ... Jacqueline Giraud
  • Ivan Samson ... Major Murray
  • Bruce Seton ... Bill Bryant
  • Beatrice Varley ... Mrs. Weston
  • Peter Butterworth ... Telephone Engineer
  • Shaym Bahadur ... Rikki (Uncredited)
  • Critical reception

    TV Guide called it "an uninvolving series entry", but the Radio Times wrote, "perhaps too many scenes are staged in hotel rooms, but the plot rattles along, with Teutonic boffins, petrol smugglers, snooping reporters and French singers armed with doped cigarettes distracting the Temples from cracking the case."

    References

    Paul Temple's Triumph Wikipedia
    Paul Temples Triumph IMDb


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