PROLETARISCHES KINO: PROGRAMM 18 - FRITZ ROSENFELD 7

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PROLETARISCHES KINO: PROGRAMM 18 - FRITZ ROSENFELD 7

SEVEN DAYS TO NOON

John Boulting, Roy Boulting
GB, 1950
Fiction, 94min,

PROLETARISCHES KINO: PROGRAMM 18 - FRITZ ROSENFELD 7

John Boulting, Roy Boulting
GB, 1950
Fiction, 94min,

Cast: 
Barry Jones
Olive Sloane
André Morell
Sheila Manahan
Screenplay: 
Frank Harvey
Roy Boulting nach einer Vorlage von Paul Dehn und James Bernar
Camera: 
Gilbert Taylor
Editor: 
John Boulting
Roy Boulting
Composer: 
John Addison
Decoration: 
John Palmer
Costume: 
Honoria Plesch

World Sales: 
British Lion Film Corporation
Black/White

The State of Vosnia is tightly controlled by a powerful dictator - General Niva. When John Marlowe, an American surgeon, demonstrates an operation to Vosnian doctors he little realises that his patient is none other than the General himself.

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Unfortunately the ]]>The Great Mahunt]]> cannot be screened. Instead ]]>Seven Days to Noon]]> (John Boulting, USA 1950) will be screened:

The Boulting Brothers abandon their usual comic style for this gripping thriller with a message. Seven Days to Noon won an Oscar for Best Motion Picture Story.

In an attempt to fight fire with fire, nuclear scientist Prof Bullington (Barry Jones) steals a nuclear bomb and sends a letter to the Prime Minister threatening to blow up the Houses of Parliament unless the government meets his demand to stop atomic weapon research. Bullington gives the government until noon the following Sunday to meet his demands, the authorities say he's mad, but he appears coldly sane in a world close to Armageddon. Scotland Yard immediately put superintendent Folland (Andre Morell) on to the case of searching for the professor. As London is evacuated the tension builds to an almost unbearable level as the days slip by and the deadline for the obliteration of London approaches.