Yes, he had given a lift to someone, but he didn't know the man's identity. When he's gone, she takes some food to her husband who is hiding in a boatshed.
As he searches the boat, Stryker opens a cupboard, and out pops Clement's corpse! Then she boards The Black Falcon and removes the purse of diamonds that Clement had secreted.
6 The Case of The Burnt Alibi- with Joss Ambler, John Chandos and Avis Scott. 7 The Case of the Two Brothers- (Cinema release, 1954 with #8 as 'Companions in Crime.') with Maurice Kaufmann and Kenneth Haigh.
Also in cast- Gaylord Cavallaro, Ian Fleming, Jack Lambert, Fred Griffiths, Russell Napier, Billie Whitelaw, Christine Silver, Patrick Jordan, Gillian Lutyens, Cyril Chamberlain.
The final pay off was without surprise or drama, and the whole thing lacked the element of style or excitement.
Among this cast were Errol John, Lois Maxwell and Catherine Woodville in an early role These were cinema second features made by Republic at Nettlefold Studios in 1953/4.
Arnold helps his young brother to find a job with a haulage company.
With no loving hands to guide her, the lure of easy money leads her into bad company.
A contemporary review of the No Hiding Place story 3.11 Nina and the Night People (Fri Apr 21st 1961) The world of show biz folk.
A girl has been pushed from the balcony of her flat, inhabited by a group of actors.
It's no masterpiece, but it does have the distinction of being the first British made filmed crime series shown in Britain.
The book Fabian of the Yard, published in 1955, described cases of the great Fabian, though it's unclear whether all cases described in this, were ever filmed.
5 The Case of Soho Red- with Sebastian Cabot and Esma Cannon.