Terror Street: Bill Rogers, an American pilot taking special training in the States, gets an unauthorized hop to England to pay a surprise visit his beautiful Norwegian wife. He is devastated when he finds that she has moved out of their flat and is living a new and glamorous lifestyle entertaining a lot of men. After being knocked unconscious by an unseen assailant in her upscale West End apartment, he awakens to find his wife shot to death with his service pistol. On the run from police he persuades a young woman who runs a Salvation Army soup kitchen to believe in his innocence and help him uncover the real culprit. Although the police do not know as yet that he is in Britain, he has just 36 hours before he is declared AWOL and his identity is exposed. The trail leads to a corrupt customs official, smuggling, blackmail, and a mysterious safety deposit box.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||December 04, 1953|
|Actors:||Angela Glynne Christine Adrian Dan Duryea Elsie Albiin Eric Pohlmann Gabrielle Blunt Gudrun Ure Harold Lang Jacqueline McKenzie Jane Carr John Chandos John Warren John Wynn Kenneth Brown Kenneth Griffith Lee Patterson Marianne Stone Michael Golden Richard Ford Robert Henderson Russell Napier Stephen Vercoe|
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adaggiote : I loved it. The empowered single mom bits were a bit too much, but he's a fu ...
nigelnix : Cringeworthy blahfest marketed towards those possessing ill-equipped faculties.. ...
Mephestopheles : takin off a shirt and gamming it in the exhaust would have been much easier
hellfist : ok lets be realistic here the vacuum would have made a hell of a sound with the ...
manditoe : Not bad movie but the husband was pretty whimpy, he could have grabbed the gun b ...