Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond: Season 1, Episode 7

The Dream (3 Mar. 1959)

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In 1940, a fearful Britain awaits invasion by Nazi forces. A husband and his wife, separated by their wartime assignments, suddenly dream that each is in danger, and both try frantically to see if their dream has come true.

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John Newland ...
Himself - Host
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Herbert Blakely
Richard Lupino ...
Willie Carr
Philip Tonge ...
The Lieutenant
Molly Roden ...
Ethel Blakely
Eric Snowden ...
Air Raid Warden
Kendrick Huxham ...
Charlie
Nelson Welch ...
Vicar (as Nelson Welsh)
Jack Lynn ...
Locky
Peter Gordon ...
The Chemist
Charles Horvath ...
German Soldier
Jean Ransome ...
Woman
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In 1940, a fearful Britain awaits invasion by Nazi forces. A husband and his wife, separated by their wartime assignments, suddenly dream that each is in danger, and both try frantically to see if their dream has come true.

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A truck used by the home guard has a Whermacht number painted on the front, indicating the vehicle has served in other war themed films on the opposite side. See more »

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Double Dream
13 April 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Reginald Owen plays Herbert Blakely, one of many British citizens doing their patriotic duty protecting the home front in 1940, as the Nazis are threatening invasion, but Herbert also must face his fear that his wife Ethel(played by Molly Roden) has been killed in their London home after a Luftwaffe bombing, though as it will turn out, Ethel has a similar dream about him being killed by a Nazi soldier at his outpost station! Can Herbert reach his wife in time, or are they both doomed? Good period atmosphere by director John Newland helps this otherwise standard tale of precognition, further helped by a good cast, with two older romantic leads.


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