|Meet Mr. Malcolm|
|Directed by||Daniel Birt|
|Edited by||Anne Barker|
|Music by||Frank Chacksfield|
|Distributed by||Associated British-Pathé (UK)|
Meet Mr. Malcolm is a 1954 British crime film directed by Daniel Birt and starring Adrianne Allen, Sarah Lawson and Meredith Edwards.  It was made at Kensington Studios as a second feature.
Crime writer Colin Knowles (Richard Gale) is called in by his estranged wife Louie (Sarah Lawson) to solve a real-life murder when her employer's body is found at the bottom of a cliff.
TV Guide dismissed it as "Not very interesting." 
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