James Hill

James Hill – The Dock Brief AKA Trial and Error (1962)

An incompetent lawyer defends an accused wife murderer. Read More »

    James Hill – A Study in Terror (1965)

    In this Sherlock Holmes tale, Arthur Conan Doyle’s legendary 19th-century British sleuth (John Neville) is on the trail of Jack the Ripper. In the dark alleys of London, the notorious Ripper has committed a series of gruesome murders when Holmes takes on the task of solving these horrific crimes. The process takes Holmes from the lowest rungs of society all the way to the peak of the aristocracy, discovering blackmail and family insanity everywhere he goes. Read More »