Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (1).  The Boulting Brothers’ production.  This film is fictitious and any similarity to any incident or person living or dead, is coincidental

Seven Days to Noon

(1950)

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| Film | United Kingdom | B&W | Drama, Thriller | 1h 34min |
A
| Stars: Barry Jones, Olive Sloane, André Morell | Directors: John Boulting, Roy Boulting

A professor engaged on atomic research threatens to blow up London unless his work is brought to an end

Cast

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Barry Jones
Professor Willingdon
Olive Sloane
Goldie
Superintendent Folland (André Morell) in a scene from the Boulting brothers’ 1950 film, Seven Days to Noon
Superintendent Folland
Sheila Manahan
Ann Willingdon
Hugh Cross
Stephen Lane
Signed photograph of English actress, Joan Hickson. Picture reads ‘All good wishes, Joan Hickson’
Mrs Peckett
Ronald Adam
The Prime Minister
Marie Ney
Mrs Willingdon
Wyndham Goldie
Rev Burgess
Russell Waters
Det Davis
Martin Boddey
Gen Willoughby
Frederick Allen
Himself – BBC Newsreader
Victor Maddern
Private Jackson
Geoffrey Keen
Alf
Merrill Mueller
Himself – American Commentator
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Pictures

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Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (11).  And the citizens of London
Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (10).  The producers gratefully acknowledge the co-operation of The War Office Metropolitan and City of London Police, British Railways (Southern Region), London Transport Executive, Port of London Authority, The Automobile Association, The Royal Automobile Club
Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (9).  Produced directed and edited by Roy and John Boulting
Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (8)
Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (7).  Distributed by British Lion Film Corporation produced at London Film Studios, Shepperton, England
Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (6)
Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (5)
Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (4)
Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (3)
Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (2).  Screenplay by Frank Harvey and Roy Boulting from an original story by Paul Dehn and James Bernard
Main title from Seven Days to Noon (1950) (1).  The Boulting Brothers’ production.  This film is fictitious and any similarity to any incident or person living or dead, is coincidental
Superintendent Folland (André Morell) in a scene from the Boulting brothers’ 1950 film, Seven Days to Noon
A deserted Westminster bridge and Big Ben form the background as an army truck stops a woman and her dog out during curfew.  A scene from Seven Days to Noon (1950)

Production

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John Boulting
Director / Producer
Peter De Sarigny
Producer
Frank Harvey
Writer (screenplay)
Roy Boulting
Director / Producer / Writer (screenplay)

Companies

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Boulting Brothers
Production company
British Lion Film Corporation
Production company
London Film Productions
Production company