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Tomorrow At Ten [DVD]
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A ruthless kidnapper and blackmailer called Marlowe (Robert Shaw) has abducted a young boy. After imprisoning the child in a deserted house, Marlowe gives him a toy golly for comfort. But hidden inside the golly is time bomb which is set to explode at ten the following morning. A cracking thriller starring a wealth of stars from British film and television.
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I hadn't seen this since one Sunday afternoon on TV back in the 1960s! A brilliant second feature with a good plot and some big names, including; Alec Clunes,(whom I suspect would not be very impressed with his son's career!) Kenneth Cope, William Hartnell and John Gregson.
This is about a small boy from a wealthy family who gets kidnapped for ransom. He's given a toy golliwog by his captor containing a time bomb that's due to go off in several hours. A very clever scenario, and one that deems to end in disaster. Some of the happenings in this are quite predictable - but others are not, and these twists are what make this film so great!
Despite its small cast and low budget, this is well worth a watch, and includes some really cool dancing from two beautiful young women in an 'after hours' night club scene!
I personally have waited years for this to come out on DVD - previously unreleased!
They don't make them like this anymore - more's the pity...
It was also good to see Kenneth Cope as the DS and the sinister Robert Shaw. William Hartnell only has a small role as does Renee Houston but it all fits together nicely and the tension builds as we reach the critical 10am.
Eventually Inspector Parnell, (John Gregson) and Sgt Grey, (Kenneth Cope) arrive at the fathers home, the scene is now set for a race against the clock stand-off in which the Inspector tries to persuade the cool and calculating Marlowe to divulge the location of the boy.
John Gregson is excellent in his role as the Inspector, the reliable and likeable Kenneth Cope produces another one of many good performances as Sgt Grey, while Robert Shaw also excels as the cold and ruthless Marlowe.
The included notes state that this B-movie second feature was generally more popular with cinemagoers at the time than the main feature.
For lovers of British B-movies of the 50's/60's, this crime thriller is well worth a look.
The black and white picture quality is very good, no extras or subtitles.
We should have more films like this, but it seems that modern crime scriptwriters ran out of ideas.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This film is badly let down by the child actor, who having been locked in a room in a strange house should have displayed some kind of fear and anxiety about the situation that he... Read morePublished on 2 Nov. 2013 by Mr. Kenneth J. Hodges
It gets straight to the action but the fact that the kidnapper is in Police custody from early on does make the story far less watchable. Read morePublished on 10 Jun. 2013 by P.S.Huzzey
I bought this film because I recall seeing it on tv many many moons ago when I was a child. A great story and great cast. Very atmospheric due to it being in black and white. Read morePublished on 12 Nov. 2011 by Amazon Customer
A really gripping thriller, superb actors with john Gregson prior to playing george Gideon of scotland yard in gideons way, robert shaw playing the cool collected antagonist. Read morePublished on 23 Sept. 2011 by steve