Dir: Charles Saunders
Starring: Patrick Barr and Jean Lodge
A young doctor moves to a small village to help the resident doctor but quickly gets involved with a curious murder that only he can solve
This crime film features some excellent shots of ex-GWR ‘auto-trains’ arriving and departing from the old Marlow station at the hands of 1400 Class 0-4-2Ts. There is also a sequence of distant shots of an ‘auto-train’ en route along a branch hidden behind the opening credits though this is not thought to depict a train on the Marlow branch. The screenplay for the film was based on the play This is Mary’s Chair by Frank King. Marlow station masquerades as ‘Evenbridge’ in the film, but as an interesting footnote, the nurse in the film played by Jean Lodge is called Nurse Marlow!