The Man Inside (1958 film)

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The Man Inside
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Directed by John Gilling
Produced by Irving Allen
Albert R. Broccoli
Written by David Shaw
M. E. Chaber (novel)
John Gilling
Richard Maibaum
Starring Jack Palance
Anita Ekberg
Nigel Patrick
Anthony Newley
Bonar Colleano
Music by Richard Rodney Bennett
Cinematography Ted Moore
Edited by Bert Rule
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date
  • 7 September 1958 (1958-09-07) (UK)
  • December 1958 (1958-12) (USA)
Running time
97 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Man Inside is a 1958 British crime adventure film brought to the screen by Warwick Film Productions. The screenplay from David Shaw was based on a novel by M.E. Chaber and was directed by John Gilling. The film was Bonar Colleano's last role before he died in a car accident.[1]


Sam Carter (Patrick) is a jeweler's clerk who dreams of stealing a fortune in diamonds and eventually does so but kills a man in the process. He then embarks on the highlife but is pursued across Europe by Milo March (Palance) a private detective who suspects that not all is above board. However, Milo is not alone in his pursuit as Trudi Hall (Ekberg) has her own ideas as to how the money would be best spent.



Alan Ladd was originally announced to play the lead.[2] Then Victor Mature was going to play it.[3]


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  2. ^ Edwin Schallert, 'Alan Ladd Gets Huge England Deal; Hunting Film Stars Prime Trio', Los Angeles Times 16 Sep 1957: C11
  3. ^ STUDIO SUSPENDS KIM NOVAK PACT: Columbia Acts After She Refuses Paramount Role-- Debbie Reynolds to Star Nature Has Its Way Special to The New York Times.. New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 31 Aug 1957: 18.

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