Ambush in Leopard Street

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Ambush in Leopard Street
"Ambush in Leopard Street" (1962).jpg
Directed by J. Henry Piperno
Produced by Bill Luckwell
Jock MacGregor
Written by Ahmed Faroughy
Bernard Spicer
Starring James Kenney
Michael Brennan
Bruce Seton
Music by Wilfred Burns
Cinematography Stephen Dade
Edited by Norman Cohen
Production
company
Bill and Michael Luckwell Ltd.
Distributed by British Lion-Columbia Distributors (UK) (as BLC Films Ltd.)
Release date
1962
Running time
72 mins
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Ambush in Leopard Street is a low budget 1962 British crime drama film directed by J. Henry Piperno.[1] [2]

Plot summary[edit]

Small time crook Harry (played by Michael Brennan) plans one last job before he retires, but things do not go quite according to plan. Bruce Seton, who played police sleuth Fabian on television, here plays against type as Harry's sidekick 'Nimmo'. The plan is to ambush a truck containing £500,000 of diamonds as it makes its way down Leopard Street, but heavy security means recruiting a larger criminal gang than usual, and inexperienced newcomers threaten to derail Harry's scheme.

Cast[edit]

  • James Kenney as Johnny
  • Michael Brennan as Harry
  • Bruce Seton as Nimmo
  • Norman Rodway as Kegs
  • Jean Harvey as Jean
  • Pauline Delaney as Cath
  • Marie Conmee as Myra
  • Charles Mitchell as Big George
  • Lawrence Crain as Danny
  • Penny Reyd as Dolores
  • Muriel O'Hanlon as Lily
  • Sheila Donald as Val
  • Jack O'Reilly as Hibbs
  • Susan Hayes as Ann

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