|Out of the Shadow|
|Directed by||Michael Winner|
|Written by||Michael Winner|
|Produced by||Olive Negus-Fancey|
|Starring|| Terence Longdon |
|Music by||Jackie Brown|
Border Film Productions
|Distributed by||New Realm Pictures|
Out of the Shadow (also known as Murder on the Campus) is a 1961 British thriller film directed by Michael Winner and starring Terence Longdon, Donald Gray, Diane Clare, Robertson Hare and Dermot Walsh.  
Reporter Mark Kingston learns that his brother, who was studying at Cambridge University, is reported to have committed suicide. Unconvinced, he begins his own investigation when the police dismiss his suspicions. With the help of Mary Johnson, whose professor father has gone missing, Kingston attempts to prove that there has been a murder and not a suicide on the campus. 
The reviewer for Kine Weekly wrote: "The tale is a bit involved but the characters, adequately portrayed, are briskly shuffled, its light relief is apt, the romantic asides are agreeable, and it ends on a lively, if hardly unexpected, note. What’s more, the backgrounds are authentic. Safe quota 'second'." 
The film was released under the name of Murder on the Campus on DVD in the UK in October 2013, in a two-film collection with the thriller, Final Appointment (1954).
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