The Squeaker (1963)

Director
Alfred Vohrer

Main cast
Heinz Drache; Barbara Rütting; Günter Pfitzmann; Agnes Windeck; Eddi Arent

Genres
Crime, Horror, Mystery, Thriller

Description
Scotland Yard investigates a series of murders where the victims have died by snake venom poisoning.


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