Film Preview – Bognor Regis Observer – Saturday, 02 June 1951
Transcript:

PAVILION. SELSEY. an action-packed production, "CROSSFIRE," starring Robert Young and Robert Mitchum, will be the attraction at Selsey, on Sunday. Based on a story by Agatha Christie, a new thriller, "A STRANGER WALKED IN" will be showing for the first part the week. The picture tells the story of a young woman played by Sylvia Sydney, who decides to use the money she has won in a sweepstake on a long ocean cruise. Advertising her flat to let she meets and falls in love with Manuel Cortez (John Hodiak). They marry and go to live in a quiet corner the country, but their happiness is disturbed by a succession of minor incidents. Her husband has been acting mysteriously and the film sweeps to thrilling climax when she discovers he is a notorious murderer.

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