The Last Man to Hang?
|The Last Man to Hang?|
Original British quad poster
|Directed by||Terence Fisher|
|Produced by||John Gossage|
|Written by||Gerald Bullett
|Based on||novel The Jury by Gerald Bullett|
|Music by||John Wooldridge|
|Edited by||Peter Taylor|
Association of Cinema Technicians (A.C.T.)
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
The Last Man to Hang? is a 1956 crime film directed by Terence Fisher. It stars Tom Conway and Elizabeth Sellars. The film was produced by John Gossage for Act Films Ltd. A jury must decide whether Sir Rodrick Strood poisoned his wife Daphne, or whether her death was accidental.
- Tom Conway as Sir Rodrick Strood
- Elizabeth Sellars as Daphne Strood
- Eunice Gayson as Elizabeth
- Freda Jackson as Mrs. Tucker
- Hugh Latimer as Mark
- Ronald Simpson as Dr. Cartwright
- Victor Maddern as Bonaker
- Anthony Newley as Cyril Gaskin
- Margaretta Scott as Mrs. Cranshaw
- Leslie Weston as Bayfield
- Martin Boddey as Detective Sergeant Horne
- Joan Hickson as Mrs. Prynne
- David Horne as Antony Harcombe, Q.C.
- Walter Hudd as The Judge
- Raymond Huntley as Attorney General
- Harold Siddons as Cheed's Doctor
- Olive Sloane as Mrs. Bayfield
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