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Night To Remember (A)

UK, English, 123 mins

  • Director: Roy Ward Baker
  • Writer: Walter Lord; Eric Ambler
  • Producer: William MacQuitty; Earl St. John

CGiii Comment

In this overly-fondly thought of film, no-one seems to notice that the acting (and writing) are truly abysmal.
 
There are a few characters that are a bit poofy - that might be down to the campy acting - one scene with two sailors chatting is definitely suspicious......bum chums on the high sea.
 
It does ask a daring question: would you disguise yourself as a woman in order to save your own life?!?!??!?!?

It is interesting to see the bits that Cameron 'used' for his version.......but now, listening to all the received pronunciation makes it terribly difficult to take it seriously.

Cast & Characters

Kenneth More as Second Officer Charles Herbert Lightoller;
Ronald Allen as Mr. Clarke;
Robert Ayres as Maj. Arthur Peuchen;
Honor Blackman as Mrs. Liz Lucas;
Anthony Bushell as Capt. Arthur Rostron;
John Cairney as Mr. Murphy;
Jill Dixon as Mrs. Clarke;
Jane Downs as Mrs. Sylvia Lightoller;
James Dyrenforth as Col. Archibald Gracie;
Michael Goodliffe as Thomas Andrews;
Kenneth Griffith as Wireless Operator John 'Jack' Phillips;
Harriette Johns as Lady Richard;
Frank Lawton as Chairman J. Bruce Ismay;
Richard Leech as First Officer William Murdoch;
David McCallum as Assistant Wireless Operator Harold Bride

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