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THE SAVAGE EYE

THE SAVAGE EYE

Ben MADDOW, Joseph STRICK, Sidney MEYERS

Country : United states of america

HEUREUX MORTELS
Cannes Classics - Restored Prints

THIS HAPPY BREED

Directed by : David LEAN

Year of production : 1944 Length : 114 minutes

Synopsis

Noël Coward was the source for this story of a London lower middle-class suburban family in the inter-war years from 1919 to 1939. The finely and wittily observed family feuds unfold against a panorama of public events ranging from the General Strike of 1926 to the outbreak of war itself. Beautifully acted by an ensemble cast and shot in Technicolor, the film was a huge contemporary hit and has lost little of its appeal.

Credits

Ronald NEAME - Director of Photography

David LEAN - Director

David LEAN - Script / Dialogue

Noel COWARD - Script / Dialogue

Ronald NEAME - Script / Dialogue

Anthony HAVELOCK-ALLAN - Script / Dialogue

Muir MATHIESON - Music

Clifton PARKER - Music

Jack HARRIS - Film Editor

C.P. NORMAN - Set decorator

Casting

Robert NEWTON - Frank Gibbons

Celia JOHNSON - Ethel Gibbons

John MILLS - Billy Mitchell

Kay WALSH - Queenie Gibbons

Stanley HOLLOWAY - Bob Mitchell

Film's poster © DR

Contacts

Production

TWO CITIES FILMS - UNITED KINGDOM

Distribution

PARK CIRCUS LIMITED - 1 Park Terrace G3 6BY GLASGOW UNITED KINGDOM - T: 44 1413322175 - nick@parkcircus.com - www.parkcircus.com

French press

LIPPIN ASSOCIATES / BFI - 21 Stephen Street W1T 1LN London UNITED KINGDOM - www.bfi.org.uk

International press

LIPPIN ASSOCIATES/BFI - 21 Stephen Street W1T 1LN LONDON UNITED KINGDOM - T: 44 207 957 8940 - www.bfi.org.uk

International sales

LIPPIN ASSOCIATES/GRANADA INTERNATIONAL - The London Television Centre SE1 9LT Upper Groun London UNITED KINGDOM - T: +44 (0)844 8813000 - www.granadamedia.com/international

Cannes Classics

Cannes Classics Released on David LEAN

THIS HAPPY BREED

Noël Coward was the source for this story of a London lower middle-class suburban family in the inter-war years from 1919 to 1939. The finely and witt...
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