Dir: Patrick Dromgoole
Starring: John Thaw and Ann Firbank

A writer is accused of murder when a kidnapping stunt goes terribly wrong

This short crime drama was one of a series of second feature films based on Edgar Wallace novels, released between 1960 and 1965 in British cinemas. Officially, Dead Man’s Chest was the last of them, and it features a brief scene filmed on the concourse at London Marylebone. As part of this sequence a train is visible in the platform beyond the ticket barriers, but no locomotives are seen.

Ann Firbank walks across the concourse at London Marylebone with the entrance to the Bakerloo Line behind her
The camera follows Ann Firbank as she walks towards her train, which is visible beyond the gates standing in platform 4