|Directed by||Terence Fisher|
|Written by||Terence Fisher|
|Based on||the novel "Queen in Danger" by Trevor Dudley-Smith|
|Produced by||Michael Carreras|
|Cinematography||Reginald H. Wyer|
|Edited by||James Needs|
|Music by||Doreen Carwithen|
|Distributed by||United Artists (USA)|
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Mantrap, released in the United States as Man in Hiding, is a 1953 whodunit directed by Terence Fisher, starring Paul Henreid.
The film was based on the 1952 novel Queen in Danger by Elleston Trevor. It was made by Hammer Films and shot at the Bray Studios and on location in London, mostly near St Paul's Cathedral.
Paul Henreid had previously made Stolen Face for the Lipperts and did it for the same low salary and percentage of the profits.