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The Brighton Strangler (1945) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Max Nosseck and produced by Herman Schlom and Sid Rogell.

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The Brighton Strangler (1945, Max Nosseck)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 11, 2014 From The Stop Button

While a lot of The Brighton Strangler meanders, there are some rather effective moments in the film. It's a B picture, with John Loder as an actor suffering from amnesia who imagines himself his latest role–a murderer. The film's set in London, with blackouts and air raids–not ... Read full article

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Reginald Parker: There'll be no New Year for you. You'll go out with the old one.

Dorothy Kent: [to the policeman with their guns drawn] Don't shoot! Applaud, applaud!

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