1955: DIAL 999 [P]

UK release Dec 1955
86 mins 35mm
B/W
Crime Drama
AKA - THE WAY OUT
 
ART DIRECTOR:
C. Wilfred Arnold
 
ASPECT RATIO:
1.37:1
 
CAST:
Mona Freeman - Terry Moffat Carradine
Gene Nelson - Greg Carradine
John Bentley - Detective Sergeant Seagrave
Michael Goodliffe - John Moffat
Michael Golden - Chief Inspector
Paula Byrne - Vera Bellamy
Cyril Chamberlain - Anderson (Murder Victim)
Charles Victor - Tom Smithers
Kay Callard - Blonde (At Bar)
Sydney Tafler - Alf Cressett
Charles Mortimer - Mr. Harding (Publisher)
Margaret Harrison - Policewoman Mary Larkins
Arthur Lovegrove - George (Bar Owner)
Clifford Buckton - Alf (uncredited)
Michael Duffield - Fingerprint Man (uncredited)
Frank Forsyth - Policeman (uncredited)
Walter Gotell - Policeman (uncredited)
Frank Hawkins - Policeman (uncredited)
Harry Lane - Bob (uncredited)
Jack McNaughton - Plainclothes Officer (uncredited)
Kenneth Midwood - Radio Operator (uncredited)
Patrick Newell - Brewers Man (uncredited)
Barbara Roscoe - Model (uncredited)
Tony Simpson - Harry Briggs (uncredited)
Peter Welch - Plainclothes Officer (uncredited)
 
CINEMATOGRAPHER:
Phil Grindrod
 
CONTINUITY:
Marjorie Owens
 
DIRECTOR:
Montgomery Tully
Bill Shore - Assistant Director
 
DISTRIBUTOR:
Anglo- Amalgamated Film Distributors (1955) (UK) (theatrical)
 
EDITOR:
Geoffrey Muller
 
MAKEUP:
Jack Craig - Makeup Artist
Alice Holmes - Hair Stylist
 
MUSIC:
Richard Taylor - Musical Director
Dolf van der Linden - Composer: Stock Music (uncredited)
George Melachrino - Composer: Stock Music (uncredited)
 
PRODUCERS:
Tony Owen - Executive Producer
Alec C. Snowden - Producer
 
PRODUCTION COMPANY:
Merton Park Studios
 
PRODUCTION MANAGER:
Jim O'Connolly
 
SOUND:
Ronald Abbott - Sound Recordist
Derek Holding - Sound Editor
Dick Smith - Sound Recordist
Richard B. Smith - Sound Supervisor
 
SOUND MIX:
Mono (Western Electric Noiseless Recording)
 
SYNOPSIS:
A man tells his wife that the police are after him for having killed a bookie during an alcoholic binge, but that he is innocent and is being framed for the murder. The wife and her brother hide him and try to find out who the real killer was. The more they investigate, the more holes they begin to find in the husband's story.
 
WARDROBE MISTRESS:
Alice McLaren
 
WRITERS:
Bruce Graeme - Novel: 'The Way Out'
Montgomery Tully