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    The Night My Number Came Up

Rating:

Disaster:

Air Disaster

Plot Summary:

During the course of a dinner party, an officer of the British army is persuaded to speak of the details of a dream he had in which a plane crashes. The guests shrug it off but as time goes by the events he detailed in his dream begin to come true, leading some of the guests (now passengers on such a plane) to become more and more nervous that the dream was a premonition...

Comments:

This little known film is actually a fantastic, classic suspense masterpiece. The characters are easy to watch and the story is deeply riveting. The plot moves along at such a steady pace that there is not a single moment for the audience to become bored, as is typical for obscure films of this age. Definately recommend.

Special Effects:

The special effects were quite well done for a film of this age. Most of the aircraft shots were done using a miniature model, and this much was blatently obvious. Still it got the message across and didn't really ditract from the suspense of the film. Worth seeing!

Status:

Unavailable

Released:

1955

Runtime:

94 mins

Color System:

Black & White

Screen Ratio:

Fullscreen (1.33:1)

Starring:

Michael Redgrave, Denholm Elliott

Producer:

Michael Balcon

Director:

Leslie Norman

AKA:

none
   

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