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Storm Over the Nile (1955)

A CinemaScope remake of "The Four Feathers"

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Harry Faversham
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John Durrance
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General Burroughs
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Mary Burroughs
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Peter Burroughs
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Tom Willoughby
Jack Lambert ...
Colonel
Raymond Francis ...
Colonel's Aide
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Dr. Sutton
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General Faversham
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Dr. Harraz
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Karaga Pasha
John Wynn ...
Sergeant (as John Wynne)
Avis Scott ...
Sergeant's Wife
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A CinemaScope remake of "The Four Feathers"

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22 June 1956 (USA)  »

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Shortly after the film's release the Sudan became independent on 1 January 1956, as agreed by the United Kingdom and Egypt in the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of 1954. See more »

Crazy Credits

Opening credits prologue: In 1885 the rebellious army of dervishes enslaved and killed many thousands of defenceless natives in the Sudan. Then laid siege to Khartoum. The scanty garrison's heroic commander, General Gordon appealed for help from England - but no help reached him. See more »

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Edited from The Four Feathers (1939) See more »

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Deja Vu
3 August 2005 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

One Sunday afternoon in 1982 BBC 1 broadcast STORM OVER THE NILE . Nothing remarkable in itself with this scheduling but later that evening the ITV channel broadcast THE FOUR FEATHERS remake from the late 1970s ! Two different versions of the same story broadcast a few hours within each other on the two network channels ! Amazing , and not something that was unnoticed since myself and several school colleagues remarked upon this the next day . We were all in unanimous agreement that STORM OVER THE NILE was the much superior movie . Strangely over the years every time Terence Young's version is broadcast the TV guides don't have kind words for the 1955 film version of AEW Mason's story and after seeing the original 1939 version of THE FOUR FEATHERS I understand why - It's a rip off !

In the past I have criticised movies like CRITICAL MASS and RANGERS that use extensive film footage from other movies like TERMINATOR 2 and NAVY SEALS . With STORM we see the exact same thing . The truly great battle scenes weren't directed by Young they were directed by Zoltan Korda almost 20 years earlier . To be fair I don't think the producers are claiming that this is an entirely original movie hence the credit for both Korda and Young in the directors slot but I did see the 1939 version a week earlier on channel 4 and this spoils the enjoyment of STORM since the script is identical as are most of the action scenes . If you've never seen the original you'll like this movie but if you remember the unforgettable 1939 version by the Korda brothers you'll be left with a cynical feeling watching this


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