Rent Paul Temple Returns (1952)

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1h 9min
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'Paul Temple Returns', John Bentley - playing Temple for the third time - was completely at ease in the role, he seldom gave a bad performance and he was well supported here by Patricia Dainton (as Steve), Christopher Lee, Robert Urquart, Peter Gawthorne and assorted members of the Nettlefold repertory company. The plot revolves around Temple's efforts to aid the police in solving a series of gruesome murders and leaves us with the inevitable feeling of 'However could Scotland Yard have managed without him...'
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Ernest G. Roy
Francis Durbridge
Bombay Waterfront
Renown Pictures
Classics, Drama, Thrillers
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69 minutes
English LPCM Mono
DVD Regions:
Region 0 (All)
Aspect Ratio:
Full Screen 1.33:1 / 4:3
B & W

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By Jove, This Is Balderdash. - Paul Temple Returns review by NC

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"Paul, Darling, why are all these people getting bumped off when we happen to be handily nearby? And why do they breathe clues into your ear with their last gasp? Why haven't they squealed what they know to the police? And Paul, Darling, why are all these nice British actors dressed up as beastly foreigners? Anybody might think we tolerated them in this great country. As servants we can, I suppose, make wizard jokes about them, but they might get other ideas. Isn't it enough we look after them so well in their own country?" "Steve, Darling, can't you see it's because the writing and directing are rot?" "Well, Paul, Darling, when you've solved the case, let's go and buy that diamond ring, fresh from the mines of South Africa. I'll go and get my leopard skin coat. Isn't it so spiffing to be civilised?"

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