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Child's Play (1954 film)

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Child's Play
Directed byMargaret Thomson
Written byDon Sharp
Produced byHerbert Mason
StarringChristopher Beeny
Mona Washbourne
CinematographyDenny Densham
Edited byJohn Legard
Music byAntony Hopkins
Production
company
Distributed byBritish Lion Film Corporation (UK)
Release date
  • October 1954 (1954-10) (UK)
Running time
68 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Child's Play is a 1954 British film, which was made in 1952.

Plot

It is a science-fiction film about children who manage to split the atom and thereby create a new form of popcorn.[1] Directed by Margaret Thomson, it was based on a script by Don Sharp, who also worked on the film as an assistant.[2][3]

Cast

Production

Don Sharp had been in hospital for nearly two years with tuberculosis. When he came out, executives at Group 3 invited him to see if he had any ideas for a film and he pitched them Child's Play. He said Group 3's practice was to team an experienced producer with an inexperienced director so Herbert Mason was teamed with Margaret Thomson. Sharp called it "a good little picture" and he would work with Group Three on several more occasions.[4]

References

  1. ^ "Margaret Thomson. NZonscreen.
  2. ^ "Comedy is child's play to former actor". The Australian Women's Weekly. National Library of Australia. 5 November 1952. p. 54. Retrieved 24 March 2013.
  3. ^ Vagg, Stephen (27 July 2019). "Unsung Aussie Filmmakers: Don Sharp – A Top 25". Filmink.
  4. ^ Sharp, Don (2 November 1993). "Don Sharp Side 2" (Interview). Interviewed by Teddy Darvas and Alan Lawson. London: History Project. Retrieved 16 July 2021.

External links

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