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The Arsenal Stadium Mystery is a British mystery film and one of the first feature films wherein football is a central element in the plot. The film was directed by Thorold Dickinson, and shot at Denham Film Studios and on location at Arsenal Stadium. It was written by Dickinson, Donald Bull, and Alan Hyman, adapted. Comedy · During a charity soccer match between top professional side Arsenal and touring amateur side Trojans, the Trojan's new star player collapses. When he dies, Inspector Slade of Scotland Yard See full summary». One of the earliest fiction films to exploit the nation's love of football, The Arsenal Stadium Mystery also proved a surprisingly successful attempt to incorporate the beautiful game. The premise is simple: a charity match between the Arsenal and an amateur team, the Trojans, goes awry when a Trojan is poisoned during the.
Shop The Arsenal Stadium Mystery  [DVD] . Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Arsenal Stadium Mystery was filmed in and its plot centred on the poisoning of a player called Jack Dyce. It included footage of the final game before the Second World War broke out - Arsenal versus Brentford at Highbury. However the west London side became the Trojans in the film. The picture, made at Ealing. 7 May UK / 83 minutes / bw / D and P, G&S, GFD Dir: Thorold Dickinson Pr: Josef Somlo Scr: Thorold Dickinson, Alan Hyman, Patrick Kirwan, Donald Bull Story: Leonard Reginald Gribble Cine: Desmond Dickinson Cast: Leslie Banks, Greta Gynt, Ian McLean, Liane Linden, Anthony Bushell, Esmond Knight, Brian.
During a charity soccer match between Arsenal and touring amateur side Trojans , the Trojan's new star player collapses and dies. Inspector Slade of Scotland Yard is called in and declares it was murder. It takes all his ingenuity and another death before the motive is discovered and the killer revealed.