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The Gambler and the Lady

The Gambler and the Lady
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Patrick Jenkins
Sam Newfield
Produced by Anthony Hinds
Written by Sam Newfield
Starring Dane Clark
Music by Ivor Slaney
Cinematography Walter J. Harvey
Edited by Maurice Rootes
Production
company
Distributed by Lippert Pictures (USA)
Exclusive Films (UK)
Release dates
  • 26 January 1953 (1953-01-26)
Running time 72 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Gambler and the Lady is a 1953 British crime film directed by Patrick Jenkins and Sam Newfield and starring Dane Clark, Kathleen Byron and Naomi Chance.[1] It was made by Hammer Films.[2]

Plot

An American gambler (Clark) aspires to become a member of the British nobility after he falls in love with one of the country's more prominent blue-blooded women. To get her, he dumps his girl friend, a nightclub singer who becomes murderously jealous. He must also deal with the mobsters who try to take over his clubs.

Cast

References

  1. ^ http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/34237
  2. ^ http://www.allmovie.com/movie/terror-street-v49124

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