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Dick Barton Strikes Back

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Dick Barton Strikes Back

Dick Barton Strikes Back
Directed by Godfrey Grayson
Produced by Anthony Hinds
Mae Murray
Starring Don Stannard
Sebastian Cabot
Distributed by Exclusive Films
Release dates 1949
Running time 73 minutes
Country UK

Dick Barton Strikes Back is a 1949 British film about special agent Dick Barton. It was the third of three films that Hammer Film Productions made about the agent, although it was the second released.


Captain Richard 'Dick' Barton and his associate; Snowey White, uncover a spyring of international psychopathic criminals with plans to dominate Great Britain, if not, the world, using a terrifying weapon of mass destruction...


The film's title during production was Dick Barton and the Silent Plague.[1]


Dick Barton Strikes Back currently holds an average three star rating (6.1/10) on IMDb.


  1. ^ Bruce G. Hallenbeck, British Cult Cinema: Hammer Fantasy and Sci-Fi, Hemlock Books 2011 p46

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