An American correspondent suffers a nervous breakdown over the death of her married British lover during World War II.
At the pub Arthur (Albert Finney), with his not-yet introduced married girlfriend Brenda (Rachel Roberts), handily winning a 'boozing contest,' early in director Karel Reisz's Saturday Night And Sunday Morning, 1961, from Alan Sillitoe's novel and screenplay.
The movie debut of Albert Finney, at work in the Raleigh Bicycle Works in Nottingham, a landmark in the British New Wave movement, opening Saturday Night And Sunday Morning, 1961, directed by Karel Reisz from Alan Sillitoe's novel and screenplay.
Servant Lily (Jean Simmons) is quick on the uptake when the authorities visit her already panicked employer Stephen (Simmons' then-husband, Stewart Granger) in Footsteps in the Fog 1955.
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Another Time, Another Place showcases Sean Connery in one of his earliest leading roles. Young and handsome, Connery displays the commanding presence and suave charm he's brought to over 30 years of memorable films, ranging from the James Bond series to The Untouchables (for which he won an Oscar) to The Hunt For Red October and beyond. Connery plays a World War II BBC newsman torn between two women. Lana Turner portrays the glamorous reporter Connery falls for. Glynis Johns is his devoted wife. And a tragic twist of fate brings these two women together for a climactic confrontation.
Lana Turner is a female American journalist who has an affair with BBC war correspondent, Sean Connery, during WWII. When Connery is killed in action, Turner returns to his hometown to console his wife.
Granger murders his wife in turn-of-the-century London. He is discovered by maid Simmons, who has always secretly loved him. She blackmails her way into the housekeeper position, and Granger decides he has to kill her too. Pursuing her in the fog, he mistakes someone else for her and kills a stranger.
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