The Last Shot You Hear
|The Last Shot You Hear|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Gordon Hessler|
|Produced by||Jack Parsons|
|Screenplay by||Tim Shields|
|Based on||The Sound of Murder|
by William Fairchild
|Music by||Bert Shefter|
|Edited by||Robert Winter|
|Distributed by||20th Century Fox|
It was Marlowe's last film appearance.
- Hugh Marlowe as Charles Nordeck
- Zena Walker as Eileen Forbes
- Patricia Haines as Anne Nordeck
- William Dysart as Peter Marriott
- Thorley Walters as Gen. Jowett
- Lionel Murton as Rubens
- Joan Young as Mrs. Jowett
- Helen Horton as Dodie Rubens
- John Nettleton as Det. Inspector Nash
- John Wentworth as Chambers
- Alister Williamson as CID Man
- Job Stewart as Policeman
- Julian Holloway as Brash Young Man
The film is based on William Fairchild's play The Sound of Murder which premiered in 1959 in a production starring Peter Cushing and Elizabeth Sellars. The play became a favourite among stock companies.
Filming started November 1967.
It was also known as The Jolly Girls.
The Shaggy Pups wrote the theme song.
Lippert signed Mendel Pups to a two-film deal.
According to Fox records the film required $450,000 in rentals to break even and by 11 December 1970 had made $290,000 so made a loss to the studio.
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