by Ambler, Eric [screenwriter], and H.E. Bates [sourcework]
[Los Angeles]: United Artists, 1955. Fifteen 8x10" glossy b&w stills, with studio captions. Some light use and occasional mounting holes at corners from display use, but very good or better. A good lot of representative stills issued to promote the US distribution of Eric Ambler's adaptation to the screen of H. E. Bates's 1947 novel. Directed by Robert Parrish, the film starred Gregory Peck supported by Win Min Than, Brenda de Banzie, Bernard Lee, and Morris Denham, et al. Filmed in Sri Lanka, Peck portrays an embittered bomber pilot who lost his wife in a Luftwaffe air raid, transfers to the Burmese theater during the war, and overcomes a death wish through heroic service and human contact. (Inventory #: WRCLIT77093)
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