Detail

Title ID 12968Collection ID972
Title11 A.M.
Date[ca. 1950s]
Genre/TypeAmateurCine/Video clubFictionDrama
KeywordsAircraft Interiors Railway Stations
Location
LocalCrawley Horley Horsham, London
RegionalWest Sussex
NationalEngland United Kingdom
Credits
ProductionGeorge Alexander Howe and Rosalind Howe
CameraPeter Biggs; Ronald Joad; Ron Prosser
DirectorG.Alexander Howe
ProducerCrawley Film Unit
WriterG.Alexander Howe
LightingTim & Beryl Polhill
ParticipantsDavid R Polhill; Hazel le Mage; Paul le Mage; William L Batchelor.
Other creditscontinuity: Rosalind Howe; Titles: James Darling.
Format16mm Black & White Silent
Duration00:20:19
Copyright & AccessCopyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details.

Summary

A fictional film about a pilot who is pressurised into agreeing to drop a bomb at 11 am.

Description

A pilot is pressurised into agreeing to drop a bomb at 11 am. The mistaken whereabouts of the bomb, which is hidden in a hot drinks flask, results in a frantic drive to London on the heels of two schoolboys who are having a half-term day out to London. The boys are safely located on Westminster Bridge. The flask with the actual bomb inside is back at home with the sinister agent. Film was specially commended by Amateur Cine World.

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