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Jack the Ripper

Sir David Rogers
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A serial killer is murdering women in the Whitechapel district of London. An American policeman is brought in to help Scotland Yard solve the case.

  • Actor Character
  • Lee Patterson Sam Lowry
  • Eddie Byrne Inspt. O'Neill
  • Betty McDowall Anne Ford
  • Ewen Solon Sir David Rogers
  • John Le Mesurier Dr. Tranter
  • George Rose Clarke
  • Philip Leaver Music Hall Manager
  • Barbara Burke Kitty Knowles
  • Anne Sharp Helen
  • Denis Shaw Simes
  • Endre Muller Louis Benz
  • Esma Cannon Nelly
  • George Woodbridge Blake
  • Bill Shine Lord Sopwith
  • Marianne Stone Drunken Woman
  • Garard Green Dr. Urquhart
  • Jack Allen Asst. Commissioner
  • Jane Taylor Hazel
  • Dorinda Stevens Margaret
  • Hal Osmond Pickpocket (as Hal Osmonde)
  • George Street Station Sergeant
  • Olwen Brookes Lady Almoner (as Olwen Brooks)
  • Charles Lamb Stage Door Keeper
  • Jennifer White Beth
  • Cameron Hall Hospital Porter
  • Alan Robinson Coroner
  • Anthony Sagar Drunk
  • John Mott Singer
  • Lucy Griffiths Salvation Army Woman
  • Patricia Phoenix
  • Katy Cashfield Blonde girl
  • Helena Digby 1st Victim
  • Paul Frees Narrator/U.S. Version

Directed by
Robert S. Baker
Monty Berman
Writing credits
Peter Hammond (story) and
Colin Craig (story)
Jimmy Sangster (screenplay)
Produced by
Robert S. Baker producer
Monty Berman producer
Original Music by
Stanley Black (European version)
Jimmy McHugh (US version)
Pete Rugolo (US version)
Cinematography by
Robert S. Baker
Monty Berman
Film Editing by
Peter Bezencenet
Art Direction by
William Kellner
Makeup Department
Jimmy Evans makeup artist
Bill Griffiths hair stylist
Production Management
Jack Swinburne production manager
Second Unit or Assistant Director
Peter Manley assistant director
Sound Department
Buster Ambler sound recordist
Jeanne Henderson dubbing editor
Other crew
Joseph E. Levine presenter (US version)
Dudley Lovell camera operator
Yvonne Richards continuity
Jack Verity wardrober