The Case of the Red Monkey: Several murders of nuclear scientists, that baffles Scotland Yard, occur in London about the same time that Bill Locklin, a special officer from the United States State Department, arrives to oversee the transfer of Professor Leon Dushenko, a Russian scientist who as fled the U.S.S.R. An attempt is made on Dushenko's life with a monkey's paw-print found at the scene. Newspaperman reporter Harry Martin is covering the story. Duskenko is moved secretly to a nursing home, while Locklin stumbles onto the hideout of the gang behind the killings. He is captured along with Julia Jackson, niece of Superintendent John Harrington. Locklin is tortured to reveal Dushenko's hiding place but escapes in time to avert Duskenko's murder at the hands of the gang's hired-killer---a midget who is aided by a monkey.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||June 03, 1955|
|Genres:||Action Drama Thriller Adventure Crime Mystery|
|Actors:||Andre Mikhelson Arnold Marle Bernard Rebel Colin Gordon Colin Tapley Donald Bisset Ed Devereaux Geoffrey Denys George Margo Gianfranco Parolini Guy Deghy Jane Welsh John Horsley Noel Johnson Peter Godsell Richard Conte Rona Anderson Russell Napier Sylva Langova Theodore Wilhelm Tony Sympson|
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