Never Back Losers
|Never Back Losers|
|Directed by||Robert Tronson|
|Produced by||Jack Greenwood|
|Written by||Lukas Heller|
|Based on||a novel by Edgar Wallace|
|Music by||Bernard Ebbinghouse
Ron Goodwin (composer: additional music - uncredited)
|Edited by||Derek Holding|
|Distributed by||Anglo-Amalgamated Film Distributors (UK)|
Never Back Losers is a 1961 British film directed by Robert Tronson and starring Jack Hedley, Jacqueline Ellis and Patrick Magee. The film is based on The Green Ribbon (1929) by Edgar Wallace. It was one of the Edgar Wallace Mysteries, British second-features, produced at Merton Park Studios in the 1960s.
Horse racing jockey Wally Sanders loses a race, crashes his car, and a claim is made on his insurance. Jim Matthews, a shrewd insurance investigator, follows up the company's suspicion of foul play and finds himself deep in a web of gambling and corruption surrounding the racetrack.
- "Never Back Losers". BFI.
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