A Kiss Before Dying (BBC)

Eight years after its CinemaScope feature-film treatment, Levin's suspense classic was filmed anew in Britain for BBC2's "Story Parade" – a showcase of 75 minute teleplays adapted from novels of the prior thirty years. The adaptation was written by Terry Nation, and featured “...a cast of Americans and Canadians, some of them new to British viewers, including Don Borisenko, John Bonney, Suzanne Lloyd and Toby Robins.” (Chelsea News, 1964)

The Times of London wrote that the adaptation “...turned out to be a highly polished, holding piece of light entertainment.”


(Above) Chelsea News, London (1964)