The Passing Stranger
The Passing Stranger is a 1954 British crime film written and directed by John Arnold, produced by Anthony Simmons (who also wrote the original film story) and Ian Gibson-Smith, with Leon Clore serving as the film's executive producer, for Harlequin Productions. The film stars Lee Patterson, Diane Cilento and Duncan Lamont.
|The Passing Stranger|
|Directed by||John Arnold|
|Produced by||Anthony Simmons|
|Written by||John Arnold|
|Based on||an original story by Anthony Simmons|
|Music by||Ken Sykora|
|Edited by||Alvin Bailey|
Harlequin Productions Ltd.
|Distributed by||Independent Film Distributors (UK)|
Chick, an American soldier serving in Europe, has deserted and is trying to find his way back to the US. After falling in with a gang of criminals, he is on the run after a robbery went wrong, and hides up at a roadside café near a small British town (Banbury). One of the owners of the café, Jill, falls for him and they make a plan to run away together.
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