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The Stranglers of Bombay

Type
Film
Year
1960
Character
Camel Vendor
Gallery
   gallery picture
Summary
A murderous religious cult is way-laying travellers and stealing goods in nineteenth century India. As the disappearances mount and trade becomes difficult, the British East India Company is forced to act. But they give the job to an upper-class officer completely out-of-touch with the country rather than the obvious candidate who has been in India for years and well understands the people and culture.

Credits
  • Actor Character
  • Guy Rolfe Capt. Harry Lewis
  • Jan Holden Mary Lewis
  • Andrew Cruickshank Col. Henderson
  • George Pastell High Priest of Kali
  • Marne Maitland Patel Shari
  • Paul Stassino Lt. Silver
  • Allan Cuthbertson Capt. Christopher Connaught-Smith
  • Michael Nightingale Sidney Flood, company executive
  • John Harvey Burns, company executive
  • David Spenser Gopali Das
  • Tutte Lemkow Ram Das
  • Roger Delgado Bundar
  • Marie Devereux Devereux
  • Margaret Gordon Mrs. Dorothy Flood
  • Jack McNaughton Cpl. Roberts
  • Steven Scott Walters
  • Ewen Solon Camel Vendor

Directed by
Terence Fisher
Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
David Zelag Goodman
Produced by
Michael Carreras producer
Anthony Hinds producer
Kenneth Hyman producer
Anthony Nelson Keys producer
Original Music by
James Bernard
Cinematography by
Arthur Grant
Film Editing by
Alfred Cox
Production Design by
Bernard Robinson
Makeup Department
Roy Ashton makeup artist
Henry Montsash hair stylist
Production Management
Don Weeks production manager
Second Unit or Assistant Director
John Peverall assistant director
Sound Department
Arthur Cox sound editor
Jock May sound recordist
Other crew
Molly Arbuthnot wardrobe mistress
Michael Edwards history advisor
John Hollingsworth music supervisor
James Needs supervising editor