Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The innocuous title We Shall See obscures the fact that this British melodrama is perhaps the earliest "killer bee" effort. The film gets under way when Alva Collins (Faith Brook), the mentally unbalanced wife of airline pilot Evan Collins (Maurice Kaufmann), is subjected to the stings of thousands of bees. Whoever was responsible for this knew full well that Alva was allergic to the tiny scourges, thus suspicion immediately falls upon her husband. After this lively opening, the film settles down to business as Scotland Yard searches for the bee-happy assailant. We Shall See was one of several 1960s British programmers produced by Merton Park Productions and based on the works of suspense novelist Edgar Wallace.
insects, attack, barnstorming, craziness, investigator, killer-bees, killing