Dir: Robert Hartford-Davis
Starring: Peter Cushing and Sue Lloyd
A surgeon kills to restore the beauty of his fiancée
Some filming in this ropey horror took place around the Sussex coast, and there are some scenes filmed at both Seaford and Lewes stations. There are good shots of pre-war Southern Railway EMUs, which include 2 BIL set No.2038 arriving at Seaford on headcode 20 (should that be 28?), and 2 HAL set No.2633 departing on headcode 28, Seaford-Brighton. One of the murders then takes place on a train, and there are equally good shots filmed onboard. As Peter Cushing carries out his slaying, a shot out of the window shows an ‘All-Steel’ 2 HAL EMU passing in the opposite direction working headcode 16. Finally, the arriving train at Lewes is formed of a pair of 2 BIL units lead by set No.2084, again working headcode 28. All in all then, though the film is pretty bad, the railway scenes are pretty good.