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Postmark for Danger [DVD] [English] [1956]

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Synopsis

Postmark for Danger
Postmark for Danger was filmed in England, where it was released as Portrait of Alison. Terry Moore stars as an American actress who becomes the unwitting dupe in a diamond-smuggling schemes. Ingredients essential to the action are a beautiful strangulation victim (Josephine Green), an unusual charm bracelet, a curiously labelled bottle of chianti, and a hastily sketched drawing on the back of a postcard. The screenplay, by cinematographer Guy Green (who also directed), was adapted from a popular British TV serial. Released stateside by RKO Radio, Postmark for Danger was produced by Tony Owen, the husband of actress Donna Reed. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Terry Moore
    Terry Moore - Alison Ford
  • Robert Beatty
    Robert Beatty - Tim Forrester
  • William Sylvester
    William Sylvester - Dave Forrester
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    Josephine Griffin - Jill Stewart
  • Geoffrey Keen
    Geoffrey Keen - Inspector Colby
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