|Meet Sexton Blake|
Opening title card
|Directed by||John Harlow|
|Produced by||Louis H. Jackson|
|Screenplay by||John Harlow|
|Music by||Percival Mackey|
|Edited by||Vi Burdon|
Strand Film Company (for)
British National Films
|Distributed by||Anglo-American Film Corporation (UK)|
Meet Sexton Blake is a 1945 British supporting feature drama film directed by John Harlow, and starring David Farrar, Manning Whiley, Dennis Arundell, and John Varley. It was one of two films in which David Farrar played Sexton Blake, the other being The Echo Murders (1945), both directed by John Harlow. Important documents are stolen from a dead man during an air raid, and the War Office call in Sexton Blake to investigate.
- David Farrar as Sexton Blake
- Manning Whiley as Raoul Sudd
- Dennis Arundell as Johann Sudd
- John Varley as Tinker
- Betty Huntley-Wright as Nobby
- Gordon McLeod as Inspector Venner
- Kathleen Harrison as Mrs Bardell
- Cyril Smith as Belford
- Magda Kun as Yvonne
- Ferdy Mayne as Slant-Eyes
- Charles Farrell as Skipper
- Roddy Hughes as Ferraby
- Philip Godfrey as James Baird
- Tony Arpino as Torch
- Charles Rolfe as Mario Carloni
- Elsie Wagstaff as Mrs Baird
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