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Director  Guy Hamilton
Music director  Malcolm Arnold
Country  United Kingdom
6/10 IMDb

Genre  Mystery
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Language  English
The Ringer (1952 film) movie poster
Release date  1952
Based on  the play The Ringer by Edgar Wallace
Writer  Lesley Storm, Val Valentine, Edgar Wallace (play)
Initial release  November 24, 1952 (Sweden)
Screenplay  Val Valentine, Lesley Storm
Cast  Herbert Lom (Maurice Meister), Donald Wolfit (Dr. Lomond), Mai Zetterling (Lisa), Greta Gynt (Cora Ann Milton), William Hartnell (Sam Hackett), Norman Wooland (Inspector Bliss)
Similar movies  Related Guy Hamilton movies

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The Ringer is a 1952 British mystery film directed by Guy Hamilton and starring Herbert Lom, Denholm Elliott, Greta Gynt, Donald Wolfit, William Hartnell and Mai Zetterling. It was the directoral debut of Hamilton, and was the third talkie version of Edgar Wallace's popular play.

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Premise

An underhand solicitor receives threatening notes, and the police are called in to protect him.

Cast

(in credits order)

Critical reception

Allmovie wrote, "Donald Wolfit, whose legendary thespic excesses were later fictionalized in the stage play The Dresser, is perfectly cast as a vengeance-seeking master of disguise"; and TV Guide noted "old-fashioned melodrama with an excellent cast."

References

The Ringer (1952 film) Wikipedia
The Ringer (1952 film) IMDb The Ringer (1952 film) themoviedb.org


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