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Music director  Doreen Carwithen
Language  English
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Crime, Mystery, Drama
Duration  
Country  United Kingdom
Three Cases of Murder movie poster
Director  David Eady George More OFerrall Wendy Toye Orson Welles (uncredited)
Writer  Sidney Carroll, Ian Dalrymple
Release date  15 March 1955 (USA) May 1955 (UK)
Directors  David Eady, Wendy Toye, George More OFerrall
Screenplay  Ian Dalrymple, Sidney Carroll
Cast  Orson Welles (Lord Mountdrago ("Lord Mountdrago" segment)), John Gregson (Edgar Curtain ("You Killed Elizabeth" segment)), Elizabeth Sellars (Elizabeth ("You Killed Elizabeth" segment)), Emrys Jones (George Wheeler ("You Killed Elizabeth" segment)), Alan Badel (Owen (segment "Lord Mountdrago") / Mr. X (segment "In the Picture") / Harry (segment "You Killed Elizabeth")), AndrĂ© Morell (Dr. Audlin ("Lord Mountdrago" segment))
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Three Cases of Murder is a 1955 British omnibus film comprising three stories: "The Picture," "You Killed Elizabeth," and "Lord Mountdrago." Eamonn Andrews introduces each. Alan Badel appears in all three.

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Main cast

  • Orson Welles as Lord Mountdrago ("Lord Mountdrago" segment)
  • John Gregson as Edgar Curtain ("You Killed Elizabeth" segment)
  • Elizabeth Sellars as Elizabeth ("You Killed Elizabeth" segment)
  • Emrys Jones as George Wheeler ("You Killed Elizabeth" segment)
  • Alan Badel as Owen (segment "Lord Mountdrago") / Mr. X (segment "In the Picture") / Harry (segment "You Killed Elizabeth")
  • AndrĂ© Morell as Dr. Audlin ("Lord Mountdrago" segment)
  • Hugh Pryse as Jarvis ("The Picture" segment)
  • Leueen MacGrath as Woman in the House ("In the Picture" segment)
  • Eddie Byrne as Snyder ("The Picture" segment)
  • Helen Cherry as Lady Mountdrago ("Lord Mountdrago" segment)
  • Eamonn Andrews as Introductions
  • Supporting cast

  • Peter Burton as Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs (segment "Lord Mountdrago")
  • Philip Dale as Sgt. Mallot (segment "You Killed Elizabeth")
  • Christina Forrest as Susan (segment "You Killed Elizabeth")
  • Evelyn Hall as Lady Connemara (segment "Lord Mountdrago")
  • Ann Hanslip as The Girl (segment "In the Picture")
  • David Horne as Sir James (segment "Lord Mountdrago")
  • John Humphry as Private Secretary (segment "Lord Mountdrago")
  • Maurice Kaufmann as Pemberton (segment "You Killed Elizabeth")
  • Jack Lambert as Inspector Acheson ("You Killed Elizabeth" segment)
  • Zena Marshall as Beautiful Blonde (segment "Lord Mountdrago")
  • John Salew as Rooke ("The Picture" segment)
  • Harry Welchman as Connoisseur (segment "In the Picture")
  • Colette Wilde as Jane (segment "You Killed Elizabeth")
  • Arthur Wontner as Leader of the House (segment "Lord Mountdrago")
  • Uncredited/Cameo cast

  • Patrick Macnee as Guard Subaltern
  • Marc Sheldon as Man in Background
  • Production

    The first and third stories deal with the supernatural. In the first, "The Picture," a museum worker enters one of the pictures in a gallery. In the second, "You Killed Elizabeth," two friends fall in love with the same woman; she is murdered by one of them. In the third, "Lord Mountdrago," a politician seeks revenge on a political opponent by entering his dreams.

    Wendy Toye directed "The Picture"; David Eady, "You Killed Elizabeth"; and George More O'Ferrall, "Lord Mountdrago."

    Orson Welles received top billing, but he appears only in "Lord Mountdrago." According to Patrick Macnee, who had a supporting role, Welles began making suggestions to director George More O'Ferrall throughout the first day of filming, and by the third day he had taken over the direction of the entire segment.

    Reception

    The presence of Orson Welles in the cast meant the film was released in the US before the UK.

    References

    Three Cases of Murder Wikipedia
    Three Cases of Murder IMDb Three Cases of Murder themoviedb.org


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