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Writers:
Stanley Mann (screenplay)
Lenore J. Coffee (novel)
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Release Date:
6 June 1958 (Finland) See more »
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An American war correspondent falls in love with a BBC reporter, but their relationship seems doomed from the start. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Lana Turner ... Sara Scott

Barry Sullivan ... Carter Reynolds

Glynis Johns ... Kay Trevor

Sean Connery ... Mark Trevor
Terence Longdon ... Alan Thompson
Sidney James ... Jake Klein
Martin Stephens ... Brian Trevor
Doris Hare ... Mrs. Bunker
Julian Somers ... Hotel Manager

John Le Mesurier ... Dr. Aldridge
Cameron Hall ... Alfy
Jane Welsh ... Jonesy
Robin Bailey ... Captain Barnes
Bill Fraser ... R.E. Sergeant
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lee Simmonds ... Child (uncredited)

Directed by
Lewis Allen 
 
Writing credits
Stanley Mann (screenplay)

Lenore J. Coffee (novel) (as Lenore Coffee)

Produced by
Lewis Allen .... producer
Joe Kaufmann .... producer (as Joseph Kaufman)
E.M. Smedley-Aston .... producer (as Smedley Aston)
Lana Turner .... co-producer (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
Douglas Gamley 
 
Cinematography by
Jack Hildyard (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Geoffrey Foot 
 
Production Design by
Thomas N. Morahan  (as Tom Morahan)
 
Makeup Department
Anne Box .... hair stylist (as Ann Box)
Stuart Freeborn .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
John Workman .... production manager (as John F. Workman)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
René Dupont .... assistant director (as Rene Dupont)
 
Sound Department
Leslie Hodgson .... dubbing editor
J.B. Smith .... sound recordist
Gerry Turner .... sound recordist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
James Bawden .... camera operator (as Jim Bawden)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Laura Nightingale .... wardrobe
 
Music Department
Muir Mathieson .... conductor
 
Other crew
Del Armstrong .... assistant producer: Lanturn Productions
Lee Turner .... continuity
 
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91 min | UK:98 min
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1.85 : 1 See more »
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Mono (Westrex Recording System)
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Finland:S | UK:A | UK:U (re-rating) (2005) | USA:Approved (PCA #18891) | West Germany:16
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The film was released four months ahead of schedule to capitalize on the Johnny Stompanato murder.See more »
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Referenced in Thunderball (1965)See more »
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Connery's eyebrows deserve their own screen credit, 20 October 2013
Author: Laurence Tuccori from United States

I'm still trying to figure out exactly what is the most ridiculous thing about this 1958 Paramount melodrama - the notion of Lana Turner as an ace war correspondent, or Sean Connery's eyebrows. Turner plays Sara Scott, one of those movie journalists who remains gainfully employed despite never letting work get in the way of their personal life. She swans around wartime London in a fur coat, perfectly coiffed and oblivious to the realities of modern warfare although, to be fair, it's not difficult for her not to notice when director Lewis Allen has chosen to mostly omit it from the mise-en-scene. Other than a sequence showing sappers defusing an unexploded V2 rocket, and Scott's hired help making a passing reference to rationing, there's no indication that this is a city that's been at war for nearly 6 years. There's no bombed out buildings, no indication of food, gas or clothing shortages, and barely anyone in uniform on the streets. As a peroxide blonde society lady who spends her time lunching, loving and shopping on 5th Avenue, Turner is entirely convincing. As a highly rated journalist ready to fly off at a moment's notice to whichever battle front her editor deems her presence and writing talents to be essential, she's somewhat less plausible than Steven Seagal tackling Shakespeare. Which brings us to Mr Connery's eyebrows. They are both a wonder and a mystery and put Robert Pattinson's brow hair to shame. His are wider but inexpressive and just sit there above his eyes. Connery's, in contrast, are longer and undulate like two strips of dark brown deep shag carpeting strapped to the back of a couple of adult earthworms. They're so impressive they actually distract attention from his luxuriant head of hair which to anyone used to the older, more follically challenged Connery, is a talking point in itself. ANOTHER TIME ANOTHER PLACE was not the 28 year old's first movie but it was the first time his name had been billed in such close proximity to the film's stars, and clearly no one had considered that a little personal grooming might be in order to reflect his new status as love interest to a bona fide Hollywood star. His agent might also have found a tactful way to suggest that having Connery's character, with his distinct Scottish accent, wax lyrical at great length about his idyllic home town on the coast of Cornwall, might not be the most convincing. But even shifting location and pruning his eyebrows would not have prevented this turgid drama from dissolving into a pool of smelly sludge. Nothing about it rings true and no one does anything to evince our interest or sympathy. It's just a bust. Check out more of my reviews at http://thefilmivejustseen.blogspot.com/

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