Herbert Wilcox Productions, Ltd., 1958. Directed by
Herbert Wilcox. Camera: Gordon Dines. With
Anthony Quayle, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Katherine Kath, Dora Bryan, Patrick Allen,
Hugh McDermott, Leonard Sachs, Edward Lexy, John Paul.
Anthony Quayle plays an American scientist
brought to Britain to help the C.I.A. There is a defecting East
block scientist they want him to debrief. The commies are less than
amused and set Quayle up for a murder. The police catch him fleeing the
country and charge him with murder. All he says is that he is not
guilty and nothing else. His lawyer,
Anna Neagle, can not get Quayle to help in his defense.
It seems that Quayle was given a secret
formula to a killer virus by the defector. He can not clear
himself without giving away the dangerous formula. He would rather hang
than let it fall into the wrong hands. Neagle manages to prove the
killing was a set up and the red agents are grabbed up. Okay
time-waster from the husband wife team of Neagle and Herbert Wilcox.
(Wait till you see
Zsa Zsa Gabor as a C.I.A. agent).