|The Seventh Victim|
|Directed by||Franz Josef Gottlieb|
|Written by||Bryan Edgar Wallace (novel) |
Franz Josef Gottlieb
|Produced by||Artur Brauner |
Götz Dieter Wulf
|Starring||Hansjörg Felmy |
|Edited by||Walter Wischniewsky|
|Music by||Raimund Rosenberger|
|27 November 1964|
The film is based on a novel by Bryan Edgar Wallace, one of several films made in an attempt to capitalize on Rialto Film's successful series of adaptions of the novels of his father, Edgar Wallace. It was shot at Spandau Studios in Berlin with sets designed by art director Hans Jürgen Kiebach and Ernst Schomer.
The film is also known by the alternative title The Racetrack Murders.
- Hansjörg Felmy as Peter Brooks
- Ann Smyrner as Avril Mant
- Hans Nielsen as Reverend Turner
- Wolfgang Lukschy as Ed Ranova
- Heinz Engelmann as Inspector Bradley
- Helmuth Lohner as Gerald Mant
- Walter Rilla as Lord John Mant
- Harry Riebauer as Dr. Howard Trent
- Trude Herr as Molly Dobson
- Alice Treff as Jenny Stratford
- Anneli Sauli as Yo Ma
- Friedrich G. Beckhaus as Edward Palmer
- Edgar Wenzel as Giuseppe Ranova
- Rolf Eden as Ed Ranova's Bodyguard
- Peter Vogel as Butler Irving
- Dieter Borsche as Mysterious Man at Club
- Werner Peters as Mysterious Man at Party
- Rolf Zacher as Waiter at Club
- Bergfelder p.248
- Bergfelder, Tim. International Adventures: German Popular Cinema and European Co-Productions in the 1960s. Berghahn Books, 2005.
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.