An Honourable Murder

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An Honourable Murder
Directed by Godfrey Grayson
Written by Brian Clemens
Eldon Howard
Produced by Edward J. Danziger
Harry Lee Danziger
Starring Norman Wooland
Margaretta Scott
Lisa Daniely
Cinematography James Wilson
Edited byDesmond Saunders
Music by Albert Elms
Leon Young
Release date
CountryUnited Kingdom

An Honourable Murder is a 1960 British drama film directed by Godfrey Grayson and starring Norman Wooland, Margaretta Scott and Lisa Daniely. [1] It is a modern reworking of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar set in the corporate world of the City of London.



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