The Man Outside (1933 film)

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The Man Outside is a 1933 British crime film directed by George A. Cooper and starring Henry Kendall, Gillian Lind and Joan Gardner.[1] It is unrelated to the play The Man Outside, which was not written until 1946.

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A criminal gang search for stolen diamonds stashed in a country house following a major robbery.

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