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In Andrew Spicer's article on Terence Fisher's crime films in the winter issue of Film Criticism (XXX. 2), we neglected to include the table referred to in the introductory paragraph on p. 24. We reproduce it here with our apologies to the author.

 
Title       HOME TO DANGER (A)    THE LAST PAGE (A)   WINGS OF DANGER 
                                   (US Title: Man     (U) (US Title: 
                                        Bait)         Dead on Course) 
 
Date            August 1951          April 1952         April 1952 
 
                  66 mins              72 mins            73 mins 
 
PC            New World/Eros       Hammer/Lippert     Hammer/Lippert 
 
Source          Orig. story        Novel by James          Novel 
                  Francis           Hadley Chase      Dead on Course 
            Edge & John Temple                        Elleston Trevor 
                   Smith 
 
Screenplay        Francis          Frederick Knott     John Gilling 
            Edge & John Temple 
                   Smith 
 
Photog         Reginald Wyer        Walter Harvey      Walter Harvey 
 
Art Dir         Cedric Dawe        No credit given     Andrew Mazzei 
 
Music         Malcolm Arnold        Frank Spencer     Malcolm Arnold 
 
Prod           Lance Comfort        Anthony Hinds      Anthony Hinds 
 
Cast             Guy Rolfe          George Brent       Zachary Scott 
               Rona Anderson     Marguerite Chapman    Robert Beatty 
              Francis Lister       Raymond Huntley     Naomi Chance 
               Alan Wheatley       Peter Reynolds       Kay Kendall 
               Stanley Baker         Diana Dors         Harold Lang 
                                 Eleanor Summerfield   Diane Cilento 
 
Title           MANTRAP (A)       BLOOD ORANGE (A)    FACE THE MUSIC 
             (US Title: Man in    (US Title: Three    (A) (US Title: 
                  Hiding)         Steps to Murder)    The Black Glove) 
 
Date            March 1953         September 1953      February 1954 
 
                  78 mins              76 mins            84 mins 
 
PC                Hammer               Hammer             Hammer 
 
Source            Novel              Orig. story        Orig. novel 
              Queen in Danger         Jan Read        Ernest Borneman 
              Elleston Trevor 
 
Screenplay     Paul Tabori &          Jan Read        Ernest Borneman 
              Terence Fisher 
 
Photog         Reginald Wyer        James Harvey       James Harvey 
 
Art Dir       J. Elder Wills       J. Elder Wills     J. Elder Wills 
 
Music        Doreen Carwithen        Ivor Slaney       Ivor Slaney & 
                                                        Kenny Baker 
 
Prod          Alexander Paal      Michael Carreras    Michael Carreras 
            & Michael Carreras 
 
Cast           Paul Heinreid         Tom Conway         Alec Nicol 
               Lois Maxwell         Naomi Chance          Eleanor 
               Keiron Moore         Eric Pohlmann       Summerfield 
               Hugh Sinclair         Mila Parely      Paul Carpenter 
               Bill Travers         Andrew Osborn      Geoffrey Keen 
                Kay Kendall                             Ann Hanslip 
 
Title        THE STRANGER CAME         FINAL          MURDER BY PROXY 
            HOME (A) (US Title:    APPOINTMENT (U)    (A) (US Title: 
             the Unholy Four)                            Blackout) 
 
Date             July 1954          October 1954        March 1955 
 
                  80 mins              61 mins            87 mins 
 
PC            Hammer/Lippert         ACT/Monarch       Hammer/Lippert 
 
Source             Novel                Play               Novel 
             Stranger At Home    Death Keeps A Date    Helen Neilsen 
              George Sanders       Sidney Nelson & 
                                  Maurice Harrison 
 
Screenplay   Michael Carreras     Kenneth R. 

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