Dick Turpin, Highwayman – 1956
A Hammer production released by Exclusive Films
Produced at Bray Studios, England
Eastmancolour by Humphries
25 mins featurette
A Hammerscope production
Opening titles:- “Early in the eighteenth century, the roads of England were plagued with highwaymen. Most of them coarse bandits, fit subjects for the hangman. But a few were gentlemen – bold, gallant adventurers, with an eye for a fine horse or a pretty girl. Of these the most legendary was the immortal Dick Turpin.” Watch the film on YouTube
Director of Photography
“The Highwayman” sung by
Actor Philip Friend’s only other appearance for Hammer was in another featurette, “Danger List” (1957).
Details were complied viewing the actual film.
Source of viewing copy – The Hammer Graveyard Collection