Behind the Headlines (1953 film)

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Behind the Headlines
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Directed by Maclean Rogers
Written byMaclean Rogers
Produced by Edwin J. Fancey
Cinematography Geoffrey Faithfull
Edited by Robert Higgins
E.J. Fancey Productions
Distributed byNew Realm Pictures
Release date
  • 9 October 1953 (1953-10-09)
Running time
53 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
Language English

Behind the Headlines is a 1953 British crime film directed by Maclean Rogers and starring Gilbert Harding, John Fitzgerald and Adrienne Fancey. [1]



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  1. Chibnall & McFarlane p.119