Girl in the Headlines
|Girl in the Headlines|
|Directed by||Michael Truman|
|Written by||Patrick Campbell
|Based on||novel by Laurence Payne|
|Music by||John Addison|
|Edited by||Frederick Wilson|
British Lion Film Corporation
Viewfinder Films Ltd.
|Distributed by||Bryanston Films|
|15 November 1963 (London) (UK)|
Girl in the Headlines (AKA The Model Girl Murder Case ) is a 1963 British detective film directed by Michael Truman and starring Ian Hendry, Ronald Fraser, Jeremy Brett and Jane Asher. It is based on the novel 'The Nose on my Face' by actor Laurence Payne.
Inspector Birkett and Sergeant Saunders are called in to investigate the murder of a glamorous model. It becomes apparent the girl had led a chequered life and that her acquaintances included drug dealers. Jordan Barker and Hammond Barker are reluctant to help but when the police finally make an arrest, another murder occurs in a seedy Soho Jazz café. But are the two murders connected? 
- Ian Hendry - Inspector Birkett
- Ronald Fraser - Sergeant Saunders
- Margaret Johnston - Mrs Gray
- Natasha Parry - Perlita Barker
- Jeremy Brett - Jordan Barker
- Kieron Moore - Herter
- Peter Arne - Hammond Barker
- Jane Asher - Lindy Birkett
- Rosalie Crutchley - Maude Klein
- Robert Harris - William Lamotte
- Duncan Macrae - Barney
- Zena Walker - Mildred Birkett
- James Villiers - David Dane
- Alan White - Inspector Blackwell
- Martin Boddey - Inspector
- Marie Burke - Madame Lavalle
- Patrick Holt - Walbrook
- Douglas Muir - Fingerprint Expert
'Britmovie' called the film a "cleverly plotted thriller directed by ex-Ealing editor/producer Michael Truman...Hendry’s committed performance and Fraser’s underplayed support dominate the film as the two policemen on the case." 
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- "'Girl In The Headlines' (1963)". Jeremy-brett.com. Retrieved 2014-06-19.
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