|The Teckman Mystery|
|Directed by||Wendy Toye|
|Produced by||Josef Somlo|
|Edited by||Bert Rule|
|Music by||Clifton Parker|
|Color process||Black and white|
|Distributed by||British Lion Films|
The Teckman Mystery is a 1954 British mystery film directed by Wendy Toye and starring Margaret Leighton, John Justin, Roland Culver and Michael Medwin. It was shot at Shepperton Studios with sets designed by the art director William Kellner. Location shooting took place around London including in Kensington, Belgravia, Northolt Aerodrome and Tower Bridge. It was distributed by British Lion.
A biographer researching a book on a pilot who died during the test flight of a new plane falls in love with the pilot's sister. As he uncovers more about the test flight, people connected with the case begin to die. The author naturally becomes nervous, until two Scotland Yard inspectors take on the case.
The New York Times wrote, "an obvious fly-by-night, with a pretty good cast headed by the gifted Margaret Leighton and John Justin, this Associated Artists release is a slow, contrived and exasperatingly arch puzzler that sets some sort of record for meandering banality". The Radio Times called the film a "passable thriller" with "more than a hint of The Third Man."