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07 Mar 2012, 4:28pm
This has to be the best film to come out of the Hammer studios. A fascinating story and acted with perfection. Angharad Rees and Eric Porter blend together beautifully and the music adds to the atmosphere perfectly.
Two minor imperfections are, firstly a matter of continuity. On the way to St Pauls, an injured Doctor Pritchard sits on his left in the carriage with his son on the right: on arrival at St Pauls it is the son that sits on the left. Also I do not understand why the Ripper family are not credited, both have larger parts than the maid played by Molly Weir.
A beautiful film nevertheless and still out on dvd.
Related to: Hands of the Ripper (1971)
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