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Tomorrow at Ten

Tomorrow at Ten

Lance Comfort (1962)

80min
Tomorrow 10:25pm - 12am Talking Pictures
B&W
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Review

Our Score
A modest little thriller that managed to secure a grade A cast, but was still released as a B-feature. Rank regular John Gregson is the cop sorting out a nasty child kidnapping case involving a ruthless bomber. The bad guy is Jaws's Robert Shaw (before he became an international star), while theatre actor Alec (father of Martin) Clunes plays the father of the kidnap victim. Veteran British director Lance Comfort expertly translates the workmanlike script, and the support cast contains many familiar British faces, including three notable TV names: William Hartnell (the first Doctor Who); Alan Wheatley, who played the Sheriff in The Adventures of Robin Hood in the 1950s; and Kenneth Cope, Hopkirk in the Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) TV series.

Summary

Police race against time to save a millionaire's kidnapped son who's been locked up with a short-fused bomb - can they find him before he goes up in smoke? Thriller, starring Robert Shaw, Alec Clunes and John Gregson.

Cast & Crew

Inspector Parnell John Gregson
Marlow Robert Shaw
Anthony Chester Alec Clunes
Bewley Alan Wheatley
Sergeant Grey Kenneth Cope
Doctor Towers Ernest Clark
Jonathan Piers Bishop
Robbie Helen Cherry
Freddy William Hartnell
Director Lance Comfort
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Other Information

Language: English Black and White Theatrical distributor: Blakeley's Films Ltd Guidance: Contains some violence and swearing.

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