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Overview

The angel of the title is Jane Baxter, the wife of country physician Patrick Barr. Everybody in the small British village where she lives thinks the world of Baxter; thus, when she is murdered, the authorities are out for blood. Dr. Barr seems above suspicion, at least until he begins behaving eccentrically. As time passes, most everyone learns that Baxter wasn't quite as angelic as she seemed-and that quite a few people might have wanted her dead.

  1. Charles Saunders

    Director

  2. Reginald Long

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Patrick Barr

    Patrick Barr

    Robert Welling

  2. Jane Baxter

    Jane Baxter

    Mary Welling

  3. Julie Somers

    Judy Welling

  4. Raymond Young

    Raymond Young

    Chris Boswell

  5. Jean Lodge

    Jean Lodge

    Ann Marlow

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Status Released

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  • January 1, 1952
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 4m

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