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Tomorrow at Ten (1963)

It's a race against time for the police when they have to find a kidnapped boy imprisoned with a time bomb, after his abductor dies without revealing the child's whereabouts.

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Detective Inspector Parnell
Alec Clunes ...
Anthony Chester
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George Marlow
Helen Cherry ...
Robbie
Betty McDowall ...
Maggie Parnell
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Freddy Maddox
Harry Fowler ...
Smiley
Alan Wheatley ...
Asst. Commissioner Bewley
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Detective Sergeant Grey
Ernest Clark ...
Police Doctor - Dr. Towers
Noel Howlett ...
Brain Specialist
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Masie Maddox
Piers Bishop ...
Jonathan Chester
Frank Hawkins ...
Mr. Tamplin
Ray Smith ...
Mr. Briggs
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It's a race against time for the police when they have to find a kidnapped boy imprisoned with a time bomb, after his abductor dies without revealing the child's whereabouts.

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23 June 1963 (UK)  »

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Chance to Live  »

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Piers Bishop and Christopher Ellis receive "introducing" credits. See more »

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When Parnell and Grey first meet the local police officer near Chester's house, a cylindrical microphone windshield is very obvious at the bottom of the frame. See more »

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Bongo Girl
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Music by Brian Fahey
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Neat second feature with strong cast.
28 May 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The most telling points of this neat little British second feature, are the strong cast of Shaw, Gregson, Clunes, Wheatley and Cope, allied with a lively script and tight direction from Lance Comfort. The plot is tidy and unfussy and proceeds well towards its somewhat novel conclusion. Robert Shaw is excellent as the disturbed kidnapper, Marlow, and sterling support is provided by John Gregson as the police inspector. Some of the scenes are a little over the top, especially the one concerning the dancers in the nightclub, which by today's standards is quite hilarious! Not a classic by any means, but well worth watching in any event.


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