1955 Break in the Circle

Break in the Circle – 1955

A Hammer Film production released by Exclusive Films (UK) Twentieth Century-Fox (USA) 
Copyright MCMLIV by Exclusive Films Ltd. 
RCA Sound Recording 
Produced at Bray Studios, England

Eastman Colour by Denham Laboratories 91 mins

Storyline

Opening title:- “East-West German Frontier”; a Polish scientist escapes to West Germany. Then, Cornish smuggler Skip Morgan is hired to help him escape the communist agents pursuing him. But Morgan has more than just the communists to deal with – he also has to contend with the unwelcome attentions of Special Branch, at the same time trying to thwart the double-crossing ambitions of his employer, Baron Keller… 

Crew

Associate Producer
Art Director
Editor
Production Manager
Sound Recording
Assistant Director
Continuity
Dubbing Editor
Make-up
Hairdresser
Wardrobe Mistress
Camera Operator
Director of Photography
Music Composed by
Musical Director
Screenplay by
From the novel by
Produced by
Directed by

Mickey Delamar 
J. Elder Wills 
Bill Lenny 
Jimmy Sangster 
H.C. Pearson and Ken Cameron 
Bill Shore 
Connie Willis
Dino di Campo 
Philip Leakey 
Monica Hustler 
Molly Arbuthnot 
Len Harris 
Walter Harvey, BSC 
Doreen Carwithen 
John Hollingsworth
Val Guest 
Philip Lorraine 
Michael Carreras 
Val Guest

Cast

Skip Morgan 
Lisa 
Baron Keller 
Emile 
Hobart 
Kudnic 
Farquarson 
Patchway 
Dusty 
Franz  
1st Russian 
2nd Russian 
3rd Russian 
Bert 
Butler 

Forrest Tucker 
Eva Bartok 
Marius Goring 
Eric Pohlmann 
Guy Middleton 
Arnold Marle 
Fred Johnson 
David King Wood 
Reginald Beckwith 
Guido Lorraine
Andre Mikhelson 
Stanley Zevic 
Marne Maitland 
Arthur Lovegrove 
Derek Prentice

Footnotes

Forrest Tucker moved on to sci-fi/fantasy after this film, appearing in “The Trollenberg Terror” (1956), “The Abominable Snowman” (for Hammer, 1957) and “The Strange World of Planet X” (1957). Elderly actor Arnold Marle had already worked for Hammer in “The Glass Cage” (1954). He had more substantial roles for them as the Lhama in “The Abominable Snowman” (1957) and as Anton Diffring’s non-rejuvenating partner in “The Man Who Could Cheat Death” (1959).


Details were complied viewing the actual film. 
Source of viewing copy – The Hammer Graveyard Collection