The Black Panther Trailer

The Black Panther Trailer (1977)

"What you are about to see is actually happened!" 26 December 1977 Thriller, Crime 102 mins

A gung-ho ex-military man pursues a secret life of crime, culminating in the kidnapping of a teenage heiress.

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Donald Sumpter

as Donald Neilson

Debbie Farrington

as Lesley Whittle

Marjorie Yates

as Neilson's Wife

Sylvia O'Donnell

as Neilson's Daughter

Andrew Burt

as Lesley's Brother

Alison Key

as Lesley's Sister-in-Law

Ruth Dunning

as Lesley's Mother

David Swift

as Det. Chief Superintendent


Ian Merrick


Ian Merrick

Ian Merrick Producer

Peter Long

Peter Long Associate Producer

Joseph Mangine

Joseph Mangine Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 28 May 2012

Production Companies

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