- General info
Chief Inspector Birkett (Ian Hendry) and Sergeant Saunders (Ronald Fraser) are called in to investigate the murder of a glamorous model. They discover that the murdered girl has led a chequered life and that her acquaintances include drug pushers. Jordan Barker (Jeremy Brett) and Hammond Barker (Peter Arne) are reluctant to help but when the police finally make an arrest, another murder occurs in a seedy Soho Jazz cafe. But are the two murders connected? Birkett and Saunders have to move fast to unmask the real killer. But can they solve the model murders before time runs out and the killers make their escape?
- Ian Hendry, Ronald Fraser, Margaret Johnston, Natasha Parry, Jeremy Brett, Kieron Moore, Peter Arne, Jane Asher, Rosalie Crutchley, Robert Harris, Duncan Macrae, Zena Walker, James Villiers, Alan White, Martin Boddey, Marie Burke, Patrick Holt, Griffith Davies, Gabrielle Brune, Peter Elliott
- Michael Truman
- Patrick Campbell, Vivienne Knight
- The Model Murder Case
- Odeon Entertainment
- British Films, Classics, Drama, Thrillers
- Release Date:
- Run Time:
- 90 minutes
- DVD Regions:
- Region 0 (All)
- Aspect Ratio:
- Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
- B & W
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Interesting Old Sixties Effort
- Girl in the Headlines review by Cato
It's good to watch these old British efforts from the past, quite a few of them B films in the days when we got two films in our afternoon at The Odeon, often with only a few of us in the audience. This one is an interesting crime thriller, and in its way was a noble effort with some good actors giving their best. This one's got Ian Hendry, Jeremy (Sherlock Holmes) Brett, and Ronald Fraser in it, and it's a valiant effort, with a rather OTT and unlikely plot , ending with a very surprising murderer, that nobody would have suspected. Never mind, it's a good nostalgic look at old British cinema in the days when we didn't watch so much TV to get our thrills.
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