The Long Rope

(1953)
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After being framed for a murder he didn't commit, Tom Penney (Donald Houston) serves his time and returns to his rural English home to establish a quiet life. When another victim is found, however, Tom is blamed for the crime and flees rather than returnng to prison. Hoping to find the real killer -- or killers -- Tom investigates while keeping a low profile to elude his pursuers, and a vital clue leads him on the path to possible redemption.

  1. Wolf Rilla

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  1. Donald Houston

    Donald Houston

    Tom Penney

  2. Susan Shaw

    Susan Shaw

    Susan Hamble

  3. Robert Brown

    Robert Brown

    Mick Jordan

  4. Vanda Godsell

    Amy Jordan

  5. Peter Byrne

    Peter Byrne

    Jeff Stribling

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The Long Rope

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  • January 1, 1955
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 12m

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