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JACK HAINKINS,.

JACK HAINKINS,.

KINFMATOGRAPH W May 31. 1956 Derectbel by CHARLES FREW, Associate Producer TOM MORAHAN Scretnplay by JANET GREEN and ROSORT BARR J. ARTHUR RANK FILM DISTRIBUTORS LTD 111ns Studios presen t a Michael Production • li • ra , V \ . dot e' V . .> t • t t S 4 S. 1 . . ~ . . , , V ilif
May 31, 1956 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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May 31, 1956 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
THE WINNERS

THE WINNERS

Best film: "Les Assassins du Dinianche " ( France). actor: Yves Massard in Maurice Cloche's "Le Missionsire" (France). _ _ Best actress: Fachiko Harari in "I Am on Trial" (Japan). Best direction: Petro Gam' for "II Ferroviere " (11InI). Best short: Shell's "The Rival World." The
May 31, 1956 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
CIRCUITS RAISE SEAT PRICES

CIRCUITS RAISE SEAT PRICES

Titles for Russian Film Week A list of possible films to be shown in Russia during the exchange of film weeks is being drawn up by the British Council. When the list is complete, producers will be approached for permission to show their product in Moscow during the festival. Alt
May 31, 1956 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
CO-OPERATION WITH THE AIR MINISTRY

CO-OPERATION WITH THE AIR MINISTRY

A Screenplay by JACK DAVIES
May 31, 1956 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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WO " 4r NO M idi „ o w e s CUPP" 0 0 MO BASEHARIosis 1001 S STRANGER" with Flattil BROOK British * PAI SRICIA ova CUL VI9 gOC vito.txm tibitt"lLL T Now Sweeping the Country! "DAY THE "THE WORLD PHANTOM ENDED " FROM 10,000 X Ilkhard DINNING LEAGUES " Lod NELSON Kent TAYLOR SuprS'
May 31, 1956 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Ml' TEENAGE DAUGHTER

Ml' TEENAGE DAUGHTER

TEENAGE DAUGHTER British Lion. British (A). Featuring Anna Neagle, Sylvia Syms and Norman Wooland. Produced and directed by Herbert Wilcox. Screenplay by Felicity Douglas. Director of photography, Max Greene. Musical director. Stanley Black. 9,036 _feet. Release August 27.
May 31, 1956 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
OMPSON • RITA CAM • VALENTINA CORTESE • ALAN BADE'.

OMPSON • RITA CAM • VALENTINA CORTESE • ALAN BADE'.

ick Valk • Gerhard Riedmann • Eric Schumann ased upon the Novel by Bertita Harding PRODUCED, and macro BY WILLIAM DIETERLE A REPUBLIC PICTURE FOR YOUR TRADE SNOW DATE i .- I, .. • 4. . 1 • IiktiCOLOR . , „ c(0 4...,01..w....TED . ~ ~,, 1 ,. . , . .... / -,, , .-.:.: . . . . I ~
May 31, 1956 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Kodak House

Kodak House

May 31, 1956 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
a man whom she had saved from the Nazis at Avignon. Her counsel does not please her and Pierre Lemaire.

a man whom she had saved from the Nazis at Avignon. Her counsel does not please her and Pierre Lemaire.

a French ace reporter, persuades his war-time buddy, Nap Rumbold. now a lawyer. to accept her cast. Nap follows vital clues to Avignon, but comes up against many suspicious and violent characters. At the same time, Jacqueline Delbois, an attractive young woman. hangs around and
May 31, 1956 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England