1951 BBFC Cert. “A”

A Case for PC 49

Uniformed bobby P.C.49 dreams of becoming a plain clothes detective. A chance comes his way when, to the consternation of his girlfriend, Joan, he is assigned to protect glamorous model Della Dainton, who has been receiving threatening letters. A murder soon follows, but 49, overwhelmed by Della’s beauty, cannot believe that she could possibly be involved. Joan decides to solve the case herself…

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Production Details

A Hammer production released by Exclusive Films (UK) and Lippert Films (USA)
Based on the popular B.B.C. feature

All characters in this photoplay are fictitious and bear no relation to any real person, living or dead

Black & White 81 minutes

Filming Began: 1st January 1951
UK Release: 23rd July 1951

Studio:
Bray Studios, Down Place, Oakley Green, Berkshire

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Cast & Crew
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A Case for PC 49 1951

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Footnotes

Actress Christine Norden was married five times and has one of the craters of the planet Venus named after her as a tribute to her being a “forerunner of the modern sex symbol.”

 

It is round about this time that Hammer made their “permanent” home at Bray Studios. Although they had used the building next door, Oakley Court, in earlier productions, the first film made at the studios themselves was “Cloudburst” (1951).

Also at this time, Hammer concluded a deal for US distribution with Lippert Films. Now able to spend more money, the films from now on generally show a marked improvement in production values. This filmography will reflect this change by giving, where possible, details of the American Distributor.

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