The Hi-Jackers

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The Hi-Jackers
The Hi-Jackers (1963 film).jpg
British quad poster
Directed by Jim O'Connolly
Produced by John I. Phillips
Ronald Liles
Written by Jim O'Connolly
Starring Antony Booth
Music by Johnny Douglas
Cinematography Walter J. Harvey
Edited by Henry Richardson
Production
company
Distributed by Butcher's Film Distributors (UK)
Release date
December 1963
Running time
69 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Hi-Jackers is a 1963 British crime thriller film written and directed by Jim O'Connolly. It stars Antony Booth and Jacqueline Ellis.[1] It was shot in black and white.

Plot[edit]

Long-distance lorry driver Terry (Anthony Booth) meets Shirley (Jacqueline Ellis) at a trucker's cafe and gives her a lift. His truck, carrying a valuable shipment of whisky, is then hijacked under cover of a fake road accident. But who tipped off the hi-jackers about the route Terry would take? Police Inspector Grayson (Patrick Cargill) investigates.

Cast[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

The Radio Times wrote, "identifying the familiar British faces - Anthony Booth (Tony Blair's father-in-law), Patrick Cargill, Glynn Edwards - is the main point of interest in this very dated movie." [2]

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