Traitor's Gate

Traitor's Gate Information

Traitor's Gate () is a 1964 West German-British co-production of a black-and-white crime film directed by Freddie Francis and starring Albert Lieven and Gary Raymond. It was made by Rialto Film using Hammer Films' Freddie Francis and screenwriter Jimmy Sangster updating the 1927 novel The Traitor's Gate by Edgar Wallace to the mid-1960s. The film features a group of criminals planning to steal the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom from the Tower of London.


  • Albert Lieven - Trayne
  • Gary Raymond - Graham / Dick
  • Margot Trooger - Dinah
  • Catherine Schell - Hope Joyner
  • Eddi Arent - Hector
  • Klaus Kinski - Kane
  • Anthony James - John
  • Tim Barratt - Lloyd
  • Heinz Bernard - Martin
  • David Birks - Spider
  • Edward Underdown - Inspector Adams
  • Alec Ross - Sergeant Ross
  • Julie Mendez - Stripper
  • Peter Porteous - Kelly
  • Katy Wild - Mary
  • Harry Baird - Mate on Tramp Steamer
  • Joe Ritchie - News Vendor
  • Frank Sieman - Yeoman Warden Guide
  • Frank Forsyth - Chief Yeoman Warden
  • Caron Gardner - Blonde
  • Maurice Good - King
  • Robert Hunter - Captain
  • Marianne Stone - Cashier at Dandy Club
  • Hedger Wallace - Detective Sergeant Alexander
  • Beresford Williams - Warden


In Germany, the FSK gave the film a rating of "12 and up" and found it not appropriate for screenings on public holidays. It premiered on 18 December 1964.

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