|Directed by||Cliff Owen|
|Produced by||Jon Penington|
|Written by||John Tully|
|Based on||a novel by Robin Estridge (as Philip Loraine)|
|Music by||Edwin Astley|
|Edited by||John Seabourne|
Penington Eady Productions
|Distributed by||J. Arthur Rank Film Distributors (UK)|
Dublin Nightmare is a 1958 British thriller film directed by John Pomeroy and starring William Sylvester, Marla Landi and Richard Leech. The film is a low budget quota quickie shot at Twickenham Studios.
Irish nationalists plans to seize a security van to raise money for their movement. A photographer begins to investigate the raid, as one of his friends was murdered during it.
- William Sylvester ... John Kevin
- Marla Landi ... Anna Monti
- Richard Leech ... Steve Lawlor
- Harry Hutchinson ... Finian
- William Sherwood ... Edward Dillon
- Jack Cunningham ... O'Connor
- Gerald Lawson ... Tramp
- Helen Lindsay ... Mary O'Callaghan
- Pat O'Sullivan ... Danny O'Callaghan
- John McCarthy ... Morgan
TV Guide called it "a routine crime drama";  while Britmovie described it as a "compact b-movie based on the novel by Robin Estridge and effectively directed by John Pomeroy that transposes a Third Man style plot to 1950s Ireland." 
- "Dublin Nightmare (1958)". BFI.
- dfordoom. "Classic Movie Ramblings". dfordoom-movieramblings.blogspot.co.uk.
- "Dublin Nightmare". TVGuide.com.
- "Dublin Nightmare". britmovie.co.uk.
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