Sir Lancelot Spratt is giving his medical students a lesson on the blackboard to remember a patient. The patient is Dr. Richard Hare, a student who has fallen ill with jaundice and, due to the enticing Night Nurse, has fallen in love. So too, however, has the doctor attending his case, and both are shattered when she walks out of their lives. After recovering, Richard sets off to troubled pastures new, and no sooner has he fallen in love again, then along comes his formerly beloved Night Nurse!
Tom (Richard Attenborough) and Joe (Michael Craig) arrive at work, as do colleagues including a young Oliver Reed as Mick, in The Angry Silence, 1960, from a story by Craig and Richard Gregson.
Strike organizer Connolly (Bernard Lee) visits Tom (Richard Attenborough) and wife Anna (Pier Angeli) at home to encourage him to cooperate in future labor actions in The Angry Silence, 1960.
Guy Green's direction accents this outburst by Tom (Richard Attenborough) who's been sent to Coventry by his fellow workers in The Angry Silence, 1960.
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