1948 BBFC Cert. “A”

Dick Barton Special Agent

Alternative Title: Dick Barton, Detective

Suave, debonair mega hero Dick Barton arrives in the tranquil little Cornish fishing village of Echo Bay, accompanied by his faithful sidekicks Snowey White and Jock Anderson. Barton’s presence soon disrupts the activities of the local smugglers, prompting their leader, the sinister Dr Caspar, to order several bungled attempts on his life. For Caspar is in reality a foreign agent with much more than mere smuggling on his mind – he has a dastardly plan to destroy the very fabric of Britain by polluting the nation’s entire water supply with a deadly poison. The country’s only hope of survival lays with – Dick Barton, Special Agent!

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Production Details

A Marylebone-Hammer production released by Exclusive Films.
An adaptation from the original broadcast subject by arrangement with the BBC.
Story and Dialogue Alan Stranks in collaboration with Alfred Goulding.

UK Release 9 May 1948

Studio:
Marylebone Studios, Marylebone, London, England
On Location:
Birdham Pool, Chichester, West Sussex, England.

Stills from the film

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Cast & Crew

Red = Uncredited

Footnotes

Nine years earlier, Alfred Goulding had directed Peter Cushing in the 1939 Laurel and Hardy comedy “A Chump at Oxford”.

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