|House of Secrets|
|Directed by||Guy Green|
|Written by||Robert Buckner|
|Based on||novel Storm Over Paris by Sterling Noel|
|Produced by||Vivian Cox|
|Edited by||Sidney Hayers|
|Music by||Hubert Clifford|
|Distributed by||Rank Film Distributors|
|23 October 1956 (UK)|
House of Secrets (1956) is a British crime film directed by Guy Green, filmed in Technicolor and VistaVision, and starring Michael Craig, Anton Diffring, and Gérard Oury.
The film, based on the novel Storm Over Paris by Sterling Noel, follows a man who is sent undercover to infiltrate an international crime organization planning to inundate the UK with huge amounts of near perfect forged UK Bank Notes to damage the UK Economy. In this very well-made Glossy Colourful British Film Michael Craig (Larry Ellis) is similar to an early James Bond character. The only thing which might spoil it for some viewers is the slightly abrupt ending. Beautifully photographed entirely in Paris, France.
Michael Craig called his part "a sort of forerunner to the James Bond type of movie" which "in spite of all our best efforts it ended up being fairly boring." He was paid £30 a week.