Over 11 hours of vintage crime drama in a stunning box set of 10 films.
A Gunman Has Escaped (1948) A passer-by is killed during a robbery by three armed men, who then flee London. Shot in and around Maida Vale.
Boy with a Flute (1964) An advertisement in the personal column brings elderly Mrs. Winters (Freda Jackson) to town with her Salviani painting and leads her to an adventure she could never have imagined.
Death Goes to School (1953) A rare old British mystery surrounding a strangulation at a school that needs Scotland Yard to investigate.
King of the Underworld (1952) A crook is implicated in blackmail, greec for emeralds, a secret formula and murder. Adapted from the lost television series "Inspector Morley, Late of Scotland Yard, Investigates".
Black Memory (1947) Danny Cruff (Michael Atkinson) hobnobs with London's underworld after his father is wrongly convicted of murder.
Murder at 3 AM (1953) A serial killer who makes a habit of murdering women on the street at precisely 3am is on the loose.
The Challenge (1960) Billie (Jayne Mansfield) and Kristy (Carl Möhner) lead a gang of armed robbers who steal from banks, armoured cars, and the like. When Billie's lover, Jim (Anthony Quayle), gets caught by the police after stashing a large amount of money, they wait for him to get out of jail...
Passport to Treason (1956) Orlando Syms (Clifford Evans) - an American private eye stationed in a very foggy London - takes over a difficult case, for the sake of a murdered friend. First cinema film for Andrew Faulds.
The Price of Silence (1959) Roger (Gordon Jackson) forges a new life for himself after his release from prison. But his past soon catches up with him.
The Secret Man (1958) A physicist finds himself drawn into an investigation to track down a spy at his research station.