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Tread Softly (1952 film)

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Genre  Crime, Drama, Mystery
Initial release  December 1952
Running time  1h 10m
4.8/10 IMDb

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Director  David MacDonald
Music director  Ivor Slaney
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Writer  Donald Ginsberg (additional dialogue), Gerald Verner (radio serial The Show Must Go On), Gerald Verner (screenplay)
Screenplay  Gerald Verner, Donald Ginsberg
Cast  Frances Day (Madeleine Peters), Patricia Dainton (Tangye Ward), John Bentley (Keith Gilbert), John Laurie (Angus McDonald), Olaf Olsen (Philip Defoe)
Similar movies  The Criminal, Australiens, The Third Man, Blind Date, Hell Drivers, Payroll

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Tread Softly is a 1952 British crime film with music, directed by David MacDonald and starring Frances Day, Patricia Dainton and John Bentley. A chorus girl investigates a series of mysterious happenings at a derelict theatre.

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It was made at Marylebone Studios. and at the Granville Theatre in Fulham. While made as a second feature it also had aspirations to top the bill in some cinemas.

Cast

  • Frances Day as Madeleine Peters
  • Patricia Dainton as Tangye Ward
  • John Bentley as Keith Gilbert
  • John Laurie as Angus McDonald
  • Olaf Olsen as Philip Defoe
  • Nora Nicholson as Isobel Mayne
  • Harry Locke as Nutty Potts
  • Betty Baskcomb as Olivia Winter
  • Robert Urquhart as Clifford Brett
  • Ronald Leigh-Hunt as Inspector Hinton
  • Michael Ward as Alexander Mayne
  • Nelly Arno
  • Hamilton Keene
  • Betty Hare
  • Colin Croft as Dancer
  • Kenneth MacMillan as Dancer
  • Keith Sawbridge as Pianist
  • Anthony Verner
  • References

    Tread Softly (1952 film) Wikipedia
    Tread Softly (1952 film) IMDb Tread Softly (1952 film) themoviedb.org


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