|Death Goes to School|
|Directed by||Stephen Clarkson|
|Produced by||Victor Hanbury|
|Written by||Maisie Sharman |
|Based on||novel Death in Seven Hours by Stratford Davis|
|Starring||Barbara Murray |
|Music by||De Wolfe|
|Edited by||Peter Seabourne|
|Distributed by||Eros Films (UK)|
Death Goes to School is a 1953 British mystery film directed by Stephen Clarkson and starring Barbara Murray, Gordon Jackson and Pamela Alan. It was made at Merton Park Studios as a second feature.
Police investigate the death of a tyrannical teacher at a girls school, where any number of people might have killed the dead woman.
- Barbara Murray as Miss Shepherd
- Gordon Jackson as Detective Inspector Campbell
- Pamela Alan as Miss Helen Cooper
- Jane Aird as Miss M. Halstead
- Beatrice Varley as Miss Hopkinson
- Anne Butchart as Miss Oliphant
- Imogene Moynihan as Miss Essex
- Jenine Matto as Miss Stanislaus
- Sam Kydd as Sergeant Harvey
- Robert Long as Mr. Lawley
- Nina Parry as Mary
- Stanley Rose as Inspector Burgess
- Enid Stewart as Mrs. White
- Julie Stewart as Mrs. White
- Sandra Whipp as Brenda
- Pauline Winter as Mrs. Lawley
- Chibnall & McFarlane p.184
- "Death Goes to School (1953) - Stephen Clarkson | Cast and Crew". AllMovie.
- Chibnall, Steve & McFarlane, Brian. The British 'B' Film. Palgrave MacMillan, 2009.
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