"Seven Days to Noon" quotes

Seven Days to Noon poster
When a scientist threatens to detonate a powerful bomb in the heart of London, Scotland Yard has just seven days to find him before it is too late.

Director: John Boulting, Roy Boulting
Writer: Frank Harvey, Roy Boulting, Paul Dehn
Production: N/A
Genre: drama, thriller
Year: 1950
MetaScore: N/A/100
ImdbRating: 7.0
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 18 Dec 1950
Awards: Won 1 Oscar. 1 win & 2 nominations total

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Cast

Professor Willingdon - Barry Jones
Goldie - Olive Sloane
Superintendent Folland - André Morell
Ann Willingdon - Sheila Manahan
Stephen Lane - Hugh Cross
Mrs. Peckett - Joan Hickson
The Prime Minister - Ronald Adam
Mrs. Willingdon - Marie Ney
Rev. Burgess - Wyndham Goldie
Det. Davis - Russell Waters
Gen. Willoughby - Martin Boddey
Self - BBC Newsreader - Frederick Allen
Private Jackson - Victor Maddern
Self - American Commentator - Merrill Mueller
Station Policeman - Joss Ackland
Bit Part - Gerald Andersen
Mother at Train Station - Jean Anderson
Policeman - Jack Arrow
Bit Part - Patrick Baring
Bit Part - Gordon Bell
Bit Part - Esme Beringer
Bit Part - Van Boolen
Army Mechanic - John Boxer
Barber - Ernest Clark
Ministry Official - Maurice Colbourne
Bit Part - Michael Conry
Civil Defence Warden at Bus Queue - Basil Cunard
Onlooker - Renee Cunliffe
Bit Part - Glyn Davies
Bit Part - Rupert Davies
Bit Part - Robert Dean
Man in Sauna - Arthur Dibbs
Bit Part - Charles Doran
Soldier in house search - Colin Douglas
Soldier - Richard Duke
Evacuee - Marusa Elias
Bit Part - Edwin Ellis
Bit Part - Alec Faversham
Bit Part - Willoughby Gray
Bit Part - Chris Halward
Bit Part - Mona K. Harrison
Bit Part - Helen Harvey
Bit Part - Walter Horsbrugh
Soldier who steals Bloomers - Frank Howard
Bit Part - Peter Humphries
Bit Part - Elaine Inescourt
Major Fanshawe - John Kevan
Mr. Cooper (Pawnbroker) - James Knight
Soldier in House Search - Sam Kydd
Bit Part - Denis Lehrer
Bit Part - Gordon Littmann
Bit Part - Kenneth Luckman
Evacuee - Molly Lumley
Man on Bus - Martin Lyder
Bit Part - Patrick Macnee
Bit Part - Eve Martell
Bit Part - Charles Maunsell
First Newspaper Seller - Jack May
Soldier Marching Next to Jackson - Henry McGee
Policeman - Ernie Priest
Bit Part - Malcolm Russell
Bit Part - George Self
Brigadier Grant - Bruce Seton
Fred - Barman - Leonard Sharp
Museum Patron - Bert Simms
Man in Background - Arthur Skinner
BBC Announcer - John Snagge
Man on Bus - George Spence
Bit Part - Graham Squire
Bit Part - John Stamp
Woman in Phone Box - Marianne Stone
Army Mechanic - John Stratton
Newspaper Editor - George Street
Railwayman Pasting Labels - Robert Brooks Turner
Bit Part - Dorothy Vernon
Cast Member - Michael Ward
Bit Part - John Warren
Bit Part - Barry Wicks
Detective Sergeant Carter - John Wilder
Evacuee - Billy Wilmot
Sandwich-Board Man - Ian Wilson
Bit Part - John Witty