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Film Matinée: North West Frontier

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
starring Kenneth More Lauren Bacall.
In 1905 a rebellion on India's North West
Frontier threatens the life of a young Hindu prince. Captain Scott, a British officer, rescues the boy and sets out with a small group on an old steam locomotive, making a perilous journey through rebel territory. Scott, his passengers and a few soldiers are faced not just with the marauding tribesmen, but with a traitor in their midst.
Brigadier Ames .JACK GWILLIM Screenplay by ROBIN ESTRIDGE Produced by MARCEL HELLMAN Directed by J. LEE THOMPSON 0 BARRY NORMAN : page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth More
Unknown: Lauren Bacall.
Unknown: Jack Gwillim
Play By: Robin Estridge
Produced By: Marcel Hellman
Directed By: J. Lee Thompson
Directed By: Barry Norman
Capt Scott: Kenneth More
Catherine: Lauren Bacall
Van Leyden: Herbert Lom
Bridie: Wilfrid Hyde-White
Gupta: I S Johar
Lady Windham: Ursula Jeans
Peters: Eugene Deckers
Sir John Windham: Ian Ianhuter






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