The Diamond Wizard: Directed by Dennis O'Keefe, Montgomery Tully. With Dennis O'Keefe, Margaret Sheridan, Philip Friend, Alan Wheatley. An American Treasury agent teams up with a Scotland Yard inspector to track down a group of thieves that are creating artificial diamonds out of sugar.
- Dennis O'keefe, Montgomery Tully
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The Diamond (released in the US as The Diamond Wizard) is a 1954 British film noir crime film starring Dennis O'Keefe, Margaret Sheridan and Philip Friend.It has the distinction of being Britain's first 3D film, though according to the British Film Institute (BFI), it was shown in 3D only once, on 13 September 2006 in Hollywood.
The Diamond Wizard (1954) A goofy, lighthearted, sprawling smuggling and international crime film. Yes, a contradiction. But boy are there zany aspects, like the low-tech high stakes attempts to make diamonds artificially.
The Diamond Wizard (12) 5.5 1 h 23 min 1954 7+ After a successful diamond heist in the U.S., the crooks return to Britain. They have anew scheme: to counterfeit ...
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Overview of The Diamond Wizard, 1954, directed by Montgomery Tully, with Dennis O'Keefe, Margaret Sheridan, Philip Friend, at Turner Classic Movies
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Diamond Wizard, The (1954) Originally released as simply The Diamond and known as Britain’s first 3-D movie, this 1954 action-thriller was actually only shown in 3-D once, at a restoration screening in 2006. Shot on a specially-created camera rig (known as the “Spacemaster”), it was most likely intended to have been shown at the ...
This film's working titles were Million Dollar Diamond, Devil Diamond and The Diamond, which was its British release title. Although U.S. reviews and the film's U.S. pressbook credit Dennis O'Keefe as the film's sole director, the print viewed, which bore the U.S. release title The Diamond Wizard, credits only Montgomery Tully. The credits also ...