Dangerous Afternoon is a 1961 British crime film directed by Charles Saunders and starring Ruth Dunning. It was filmed at Twickenham Studios with the shops next to Strawberry Hill railway station, (specifically the Pharmacist's in Wellesley Parade), being used for external location shots.
|Directed by||Charles Saunders|
|Produced by||Guido Coen|
|Written by||Gerald Anstruther (play)|
|Music by||Norman Percival|
|Edited by||Peter Bezencenet|
|Distributed by||Bryanston Films (UK)|
- Ruth Dunning as Miss Letty Frost
- Nora Nicholson as Mrs. Louisa Sprule
- Joanna Dunham as Freda
- Howard Pays as Jack Loring
- May Hallatt as Miss Burge
- Gwenda Wilson as Miss Jean Berry
- Ian Colin as Reverend Everard Porson
- Gladys Henson as Miss Cassell
- Barbara Everest as Mrs. Judson
- Max Brimmell as Dr. Spalding
- James Raglan as Sir Phillip Morstan
- Trevor Reid as Inspector Craven
- Jerold Wells as George 'Butch' Birling
- Petrie, Duncan James (2017). "Bryanston Films : An Experiment in Cooperative Independent Production and Distribution" (PDF). Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television: 7. ISSN 1465-3451.
- "Dangerous Afternoon (1961)". Archived from the original on 13 July 2012. Retrieved 23 July 2018.
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