The Trygon Factor


1h 28m 1969

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
Jan 1969
Premiere Information
Los Angeles showing: Jan 1969
Production Company
Rialto-Film Preben Philipsen
Distribution Company
Warner Bros.--Seven Arts, Inc.
Country
United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 28m
Sound
Mono
Color
Color (Technicolor)

Synopsis

Livia Emberday and her photographer daughter Trudy resort to crime in order to save their stately English manor from financial ruin. Assisted by Livia's dim-witted son Luke, the two women have installed a bogus order of nuns on the grounds and are using the convent as a front for receiving stolen goods and shipping them to the warehouse of Hubert Hamlyn, an old friend whose wife is posing as the Sister General at the phony convent. When a man from Scotland Yard disappears while investigating the convent, Superintendent Cooper-Smith is assigned to the case. Arriving at Emberday Hall, he finds an interment underway in the family vault. Although he is unaware that the "corpse" is actually Emil Clossen, a safecracking specialist who has been smuggled into England for the next Emberday caper, Cooper-Smith is suspicious and enlists the aid of Sophie, the receptionist at the local hotel. Once the gang has stolen £1 million in gold bullion from a city bank, they ship the ingots to the convent for melting down before being smuggled abroad by Hamlyn. While Cooper-Smith is following a trail to the convent, Sophie is captured trying to investigate alone. Cooper-Smith arrives as the nuns are pouring the molten gold into pottery vases, and confusion quickly turns to panic: Hamlyn is strangled, Clossen is drowned in a coffin, Luke is shot by his mother, Trudy is killed by a crucible filled with the molten gold, and Cooper-Smith is accidentally knocked unconscious by Sophie.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
Jan 1969
Premiere Information
Los Angeles showing: Jan 1969
Production Company
Rialto-Film Preben Philipsen
Distribution Company
Warner Bros.--Seven Arts, Inc.
Country
United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 28m
Sound
Mono
Color
Color (Technicolor)

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Notes

Released in Great Britain in July 1967.