|Directed by||Ken Annakin|
|Produced by||Harry Reynolds|
|Screenplay by||William Templeton|
|Music by||Benjamin Frankel|
|Edited by||Carmen Beliaeff|
|1 May 1950|
|Box office||£102,299 (UK)|
Double Confession is a 1950 British crime film directed by Ken Annakin and starring Derek Farr, Joan Hopkins, Peter Lorre and William Hartnell. The screenplay, written by William Templeton, is based on the book All On A Summer's Day by HLV Fletcher, written under the pen name "John Garden".
Jim Medway (Farr) visits his ex-wife only to discover that she has been murdered. But what is the motive and who did it?
Double Confession was missing from the BFI National Archive, and is listed as one of the British Film Institute's "75 Most Wanted" lost films. In February 2013 a restored edition was released on DVD by Renown Pictures in the UK.
- Derek Farr as Jim Medway
- Joan Hopkins as Ann Corday
- Peter Lorre as Paynter
- William Hartnell as Charlie Durham
- Naunton Wayne as Inspector Tenby
- Ronald Howard as Hilary Boscombe
- Kathleen Harrison as Kate
- Leslie Dwyer as Leonard
- Edward Rigby as The Fisherman
- George Woodbridge as Sergeant Swanton
- Henry Edwards as Man in the Shelter
- Vida Hope as Madam Zilia
- Esma Cannon as Madame Cleo
- Hal Osmond as Gallery Attendant
- Roy Plomley as Ticket Collector
- Vincent Porter, 'The Robert Clark Account', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Vol 20 No 4, 2000 p492
- "Double Confession / BFI Most Wanted". British Film Institute.
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