Change Partners (film)

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Change Partners
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Directed by Robert Lynn
Written byDonal Giltinan
Produced byJack Greenwood
Starring Anthony Dawson
Zena Walker
Kenneth Cope
Cinematography James Wilson
Edited byDerek Holding
Music byBernard Ebbinghouse
Production
company
Distributed by Anglo-Amalgamated Film Distributors
Release date
1965
Running time
63 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
Language English

Change Partners is a 1965 British crime drama directed by Robert Lynn and starring Anthony Dawson, Zena Walker and Kenneth Cope. [1] It was made at Merton Park Studios originally as a Warner-Pathé release, prior to being included as a part of the long-running series of Edgar Wallace Mysteries. [2]

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Plot

Ben Arkwright and (Cedric) Ricky Gallen are partners in the firm of Arkwright and Gallen; however, Ricky is having an affair with Ben's wife, Anna.

Anna talks Ricky into killing her alcoholic husband, but things do not go according to plan.

Cast

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References

  1. "Change Partners (1965) - Robert Lynn | Cast and Crew". AllMovie.
  2. Change Partners (1965) - British Board of Film Classification