Crime Casebook (1976) - Watch Online. Directed by David Eady

Genres Crime     Short    
Writers Martin Worth
Country UK
Language English
Runtime UK:28 min
Plot ... search for Crime Casebook on IMDb

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  • Crime Casebook (1976) - IMDb

    Directed by David Eady. With John Laurie. Based on the casebooks of Percy Hoskins Chief Crime reporter of the Daily Express." This is the case of a murder that happened during the blitz. The criminal left unpunished until the body is eventually found.

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