Kill Her Gently

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Kill Her Gently
Kill Her Gently film poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Charles Saunders
Written by Paul Erickson
Produced by Guido Coen
Starring Griffith Jones
Maureen Connell
Marc Lawrence
George Mikell
Cinematography Walter J. Harvey
Edited by Marjorie Saunders
Music by Edwin Astley
Fortress Film Productions
Distributed by Columbia Pictures UK
Release dates
December 1957 (UK)
October 1958 (USA)
Running time
75 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

Kill Her Gently is a 1957 British thriller film directed by Charles Saunders and starring Griffith Jones, Maureen Connell and Marc Lawrence. [1]



A motorist picks up two convicts who have just escaped from prison. He recognises the men from descriptions given of them on the radio. He hires them to murder his wife. The plan goes wrong, and he and the convicts meet their doom.


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