Calling Paul Temple – A maniac is murdering the patients of a doctor who specializes in nervous disorders. A detective is called in to catch the killer.
Calling Paul Temple (1948)
Director: Maclean Rogers
Writers: Francis Durbridge, A.R. Rawlinson, Kathleen Butler
Stars: John Bentley, Dinah Sheridan, Margaretta Scott
Genre: Crime, Mystery
Country: United Kingdom
Release Date: December 13, 1948 (United Kingdom)
Filming Location: Nettlefold Studios, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England, UK(Studio)
A woman is found dead on a train, the name “Rex” written on the pull-down blind. It is the third in a mysterious string of murders. Later, while detective novelist Paul Temple, his wife Steve, and Scotland Yard’s Sir Graham Forbes are at a nightclub, they receive a message from singer Norma Rice concerning the “Rex” murders. But before Sir Graham has the chance to speak to her, she drops dead in the middle of her act… Can Paul solve the case before “Rex” strikes again?
“It was wonderful to finally see a Paul Temple film after listening to so many BBC radio recordings which I also greatly enjoyed. As I mentioned in my headline, I felt Paul’s wife, Steve was sparkling in her characterization and beauty as well as often seeming to be a brilliant detective in her own right. It is so refreshing to see a female character portrayed as so clever, brave and just brilliant. I would just add that the artists involved with the creation of this film were working under the harsh constraints of a post war British budget.”
– written by “SEV” on Amazon.com
Also Known As (AKA):
(original title) Calling Paul Temple
Austria Wer ist Rex?
Sweden Kvinnan i grått
United Kingdom Calling Paul Temple
West Germany Wer ist Rex?
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