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|The Murder Game|
|Directed by||Sidney Salkow|
|Produced by||Robert L. Lippert|
|Written by||Harry Spalding|
|Based on||story by Irving Yergin|
|Music by||Carlo Martelli|
|Edited by||Robert Winter|
|Distributed by||Twentieth Century-Fox|
It was the last film directed by Sidney Salkow.
While on his honeymoon, a husband discovers the plan of his bigamous wife with her first husband to murder him for his money and he plans counter measures to throw the blame on them.
- Ken Scott as Steve Baldwin
- Marla Landi as Marie Aldrich
- Trader Faulkner as Chris Aldrich
- Conrad Phillips as Peter Shanley
- Gerald Sim as Larry Landstrom
- Duncan Lamont as Inspector Telford
- Peter Bathurst as Dr. Knight
- Ballard Berkeley as Sir Colin Chalmers
- Victor Brooks as Rev Francis Hood
- Dyan Cannon
- John Dunbar as Parkhill
- Gretchen Franklin as Landlady
- Clement Freud as Croupier
- Jimmy Gardner as Arthur Gillett
- Rosamund Greenwood as Mrs. Potter
- Derek Partridge as Police Sergeant
- John Richmond as Prosecutor
- Frank Thornton as Radio Announcer
- "MURDER GAME, The". Monthly Film Bulletin. London. 33 (384): 95. 1 January 1966. ProQuest 1305826167.
- Crowther, Bosley (31 March 1966). "Screen: Paul Newman in 'Harper' Evokes Bogart:Detective Film Opens at 3 Theaters Here (Published 1966)". The New York Times.
- "The Murder Game (1966) - Sidney Salkow - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related - AllMovie". AllMovie. Retrieved 9 September 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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