|Directed by||Douglas Peirce|
|Produced by||John Croydon
|Screenplay by||George Fisher
Basil Boothroyd (additional dialogue)
|Based on||the novel Winter Wears a Shroud by Robert H. Chapman|
|Edited by||Inman Hunter|
Croydon Passmore Productions
|Distributed by||Monarch Film Corporation (U.K.)|
|3 January 1955 (U.K.)|
Delavine Affair is a 1954 British crime film directed by Douglas Peirce and starring Peter Reynolds, Honor Blackman and Gordon Jackson. Its plot concerns a newspapermen who attempts to identify a murderer. It was based on a story by Robert H. Chapman.
Journalist Rex Banner (Peter Reynolds) with the aid of wife Maxine (Honor Blackman), attempts to track down the crooks behind a jewel robbery; when the criminals frame Rex for their murder of a stool pigeon.
- Peter Reynolds - Rex Banner
- Honor Blackman - Maxine Banner
- Gordon Jackson - Florian
- Valerie Vernon - Lola
- Michael Balfour - Sammy
- Peter Neil - Inspector Johnson
- Peter Swanwick - Meyerling
- Laurie Main - Summit
- Katie Johnson - Mrs. Bissett
- Mark Daly - Mr. Bissett
- Anna Turner - Mrs Halloran
- Mai Bacon - Fanny
- Hal Osmond - Old Man
- Vernon Kelso - Macgregor
- Christie Humphrey - Maid
- "The Delavine Affair (1955)".
- Goble, Alan (1 January 1999). "The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film". Walter de Gruyter – via Google Books.
- "The Delavine Affair".
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