Death Is a Woman
|Death is a Woman|
Japanese film poster
|Directed by||Frederic Goode|
|Produced by||Harry Field|
|Written by||Wallace Bosco|
|Music by||John Shakespeare
Death Is a Woman (US: Love is a Woman) is a 1966 British mystery film directed by Frederic Goode and starring Trisha Noble (previously a pop singer known as Patsy Ann Noble, now appearing in her first movie), Mark Burns and Shaun Curry.
A British undercover agent is sent to Malta to identify how a heroin smuggling operation is distributing their product.
- Trisha Noble ... Francesca (as Patsy Ann Noble)
- Mark Burns ... Dennis Parbury
- Shaun Curry ... Joe
- William Dexter ... Malo
- Wanda Ventham ... Priscilla Blunstone-Smythe
- Terence De Marney ... Jacomini
- Caron Gardner ... Mary
- Mark Singleton ... Costello
- Michael Brennan ... Bonelli
- Blake Butler ... Lift Operator
- Dulcie Bowman ... Old Lady
- Anita Harris ... Singer at Casino
- "DEATH IS A WOMAN". BFI. Retrieved 2010-09-02.
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