Man Accused

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Man Accused
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Directed by Montgomery Tully
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Starring Ronald Howard
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CountryUnited Kingdom

Man Accused is a low budget 1959 British crime film. [1] [2]



Bob Jensen becomes engaged to Kathy, a baronet's daughter, but finds himself framed for murder and consequently imprisoned. He manages to break out of jail, and begins a search for the real killers.


Critical reception

TV Guide wrote, "this poorly-made work follows every convention of its hackneyed wronged-man plot and ultimately offers nothing at all." [3]

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