Companions in Crime
|Companions in Crime|
Australian daybill poster
|Directed by||John Krish|
|Produced by||William N. Boyle|
|Written by||Kenneth R. Hayles
Pat Latham (as Patricia Lathan)
|Music by||Lambert Williamson|
|Edited by||John Seabourne|
William N. Boyle Productions
Republic Productions (Great Britain) Ltd.
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures (U.S.)|
Companions in Crime (A.K.A. Stryker Strikes Twice) is a 1954 British crime film directed by John Krish and starring Clifford Evans, George Woodbridge and Kenneth Haigh. The film is a spin-off from the television series Stryker of the Yard, and features two cases transmitted as sepperate TV episodes: The Case of the Two Brothers and The Case of the Black Falcon.
Two cases for "Inspector Stryker". In the first case, the detective utilises the aid of young Martha to clear her fiance, John Kendall, who has been falsely convicted of murder. In the second, Stryker is tipped off that a yachtsman is a jewel smuggler.
- Clifford Evans - Chief Inspector Robert Stryker
- George Woodbridge - Sergeant Hawker
- Kenneth Haigh - John Kendall
- Maurice Kaufmann - Arnold Kendall
- Christine Silver - Mrs. Kendall
- Eliot Makeham - Councillor Sandford
- Dorothy Alison - Sheila Marsden
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