|Directed by||Robert Lynn|
|Screenplay by||Peter Yeldham|
|Story by||Peter Welbeck|
|Produced by||Arthur "Skip" Steloff|
|Edited by||John Trumper|
|Music by||Johnny Douglas|
Towers of London Productions
Victim Five, also known as Code 7, Victim 5!, originally filmed as Table Bay  is a 1964 British crime film produced by Harry Alan Towers and US television producer Arthur "Skip" Steloff that was shot in Cape Town in Technicolor and Techniscope. It was directed by Robert Lynn and starred Lex Barker, Ronald Fraser, Ann Smyrner, and Walter Rilla.
New York City private detective Steve Martin is hired for protection by Wexler, a wealthy German living in Cape Town. After Wexler's butler is murdered and an assassination attempt is made on Martin and Wexler's secretary Helga, Martin discovers a photograph of four people including Wexler and his butler that indicates that all those in the photograph are marked for death and there will be five victims.
The New York Times praised "fine views of Cape Town" but thought the film was not "necessary". The MFB said it was "efficiently worked out" and praised the "large variety of South African locations."