|The Fourth Square|
|Directed by||Allan Davis|
|Produced by||Jack Greenwood |
|Written by||James Eastwood|
|Based on||Four Square Jane |
by Edgar Wallace
|Starring||Conrad Phillips |
|Music by||James Stevens|
|Edited by||Derek Holding|
Merton Park Studios
The Fourth Square is a 1961 British crime film directed by Allan Davis and starring Conrad Phillips, Natasha Parry and Delphi Lawrence. Part of the long-running series of Edgar Wallace Mysteries films made at Merton Park Studios, it is loosely based on the 1929 novel Four Square Jane by Edgar Wallace.
- Conrad Phillips as Bill Lawrence
- Natasha Parry as Sandra Martin
- Delphi Lawrence as Nina Stewart
- Paul Daneman as Henry Adams
- Miriam Karlin as Josette
- Jacqueline Jones as Marie Labonne
- Anthony Newlands as Tom Alvarez
- Basil Dignam as Inspector Forbes
- Harold Kasket as Philippe
- Edward Rees as Sergeant Harris
- Jack Melford as Stewart
- Vilma Ann Leslie as Fiona Foster
- Gwen Williams as Mrs. Potter
- Barrie Ingham as Gordon
- Constance Lorne as Lady in hairdressers
- Rachel Lloyd as Receptionist
- John Warwick as Police Sgt.
- Keith Goodman as 1st Uniformed P.C.
- Tom Gill as 2nd Uniformed P.C.
- Edward de Souza as 1st Reporter
- Marina Martin as 2nd Reporter
- Peter Thomas as 3rd Reporter
- Frank Porter as Compere
- Nicolas Chagrin as Michel
- George Hilsdon as Police Constable
- Goble p.486
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.