Film Listings – Bognor Regis Observer – Friday, 25 November 1955
Transcript:

PAVILION, SELSEY. HIGHLY successful as a play, "TO DOROTHY. A SON" now becomes a comedy hit as a film, starring Shelley Winters, Peggy Cummins and John Gregson. When Myrtle Le Mar (Shelley Winters), American night club singer, hears that she is to inherit two million dollars under her late uncle's will, providing her ex-husband does not become a father before 9 a.m on the last day of April, she sets out to find him. Her journey takes her from America to England. There she locates Tony, her ex-husband (John Gregson), and his wife (Peggy Cummins), who is an expectant mother . . The Douglas Fairbanks. Jnr. production "THE RED DRESS." comprises three short stories, a romantic drama, a comedy, and a tale of suspense. Renee Asherson, Joan Tetzel, James Kenney and Clifford Evans are starred. The story of the blazing days that sealed the fate of the North-West is told in "BATTLE OF ROGUE RIVER," an outdoor action thriller starring George Montgomery. It is the story of an Army major who is assigned the task of bringing peace to a territory which is ravaged by Indian wars. The story of the Crusades is brought to the screen in "THE SARACEN BLADE" featuring Ricardo Montalban with Betta St John. It is the story of a 13th century adventurer !n the forces of a powerful nobleman, Edgar Barrier. He is the son of a murdered Lord who is deprived of his land and his love. The film is rich in such incidents as the knights storming the Saracen ramparts, the blood-mad revolt of the suppressed serfs and a terrifying animal-hunt which is turned into a man-hunt.

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