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Midnight Movie Passage Home


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Anthony Steel
Peter Finch , Diane Cilento
Conditions become stormy when a British merchant ship finds itself with an unexpected passenger.
Diane Cilento is the governess who joins 30 discontented men on the long voyage home from South America, and Peter Finch the captain whose reputation for luck at sea does not hold good for romance.
Director ROY BAKER


Unknown: Anthony Steel
Unknown: Peter Finch
Unknown: Diane Cilento
Unknown: Diane Cilento
Unknown: Peter Finch
Director: Roy Baker
Vosper: Anthony Steel
Ryland: Peter Finch
Ruth: Diane Cilento
Bohannan: Cyril Cusack
Ike: Geoffrey Keen
Pettigrew: Hugh Griffith
Llewellyn: Duncan Lamont
Shorty: Bryan Forbes
Burns: Gordon Jackson
Burton: Michael Craig
Stebbings: Michael Bryant
Shane: Robert Brown
Sheltia: Sam Kydd
McIsaacs: Patrick McGoohan
Charleyboy: Glyn Houston

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Midnight Movie Passage Home

BBC Two England, 10 July 1971 23.15

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