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Seven Days to Noon

Seven Days to Noon(1950)

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Brief Synopsis

A scientist threatens to detonate a nuclear warhead if the nation will not halt arms research.

Cast & Crew

John Boulting Director
Roy Boulting Director
Barry Jones Professor Willingdon
Andre Morell Superintendent Folland
Hugh Cross Stephen Lane
Olive Sloan Goldie
Sheila Manahan Ann Willingdon
Joan Hickson Mrs Pecket
Ronald Adam Prime Minister
Gilbert Taylor Director Of Photography
Frank Harvey Screenplay
Ray Boulting Screenwriter
Paul Dehn From Story
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1950 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  .....Production Company, .....Production Company, .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  United Kingdom (GB)
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    Ruth Smith 2013-07-26

    Does anyone have any idea how I can find out more about the little King Charles Spaniel which had a fairly big part in this film. Thankyou. MORE>

  • Seven Days to Noon

    Barbara 2010-04-24

    Very good, tense movie.Loved seeing the almost unrecognizable Joan Hickson (better known to the U.S as Miss Marple)as the landlady. MORE>

  • Very British

    Chris Rietman 2009-02-06

    A wonderful surprise the first time I saw this film. Wonderful supporting characters and their ideas and feelings a few years after WWII with how that... MORE>