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Subway in the Sky

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Subway in the Sky
"Subway in the Sky" (1959).jpg
British quad poster
Directed byMuriel Box
Written byJack Andrews
Based onthe book by Bruce Birch and the play by Ian Main
Produced bySydney Box
Patrick Filmer-Sankey
John Temple-Smith
StarringVan Johnson
Hildegard Knef
CinematographyWilkie Cooper
Edited byJean Barker
Music byMario Nascimbene
Production
company
Orbit Films
Distributed byBritish Lion Film Corporation (UK)
Release date
  • 1959 (1959)
Running time
87 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Subway in the Sky is a 1959 British crime film directed by Muriel Box and starring Van Johnson, Hildegard Knef and Albert Lieven.[1] Hildegard Knef, who changed career in the 1960s to become a cabaret singer and songwriter, sings one song in the film, "It Isn't Love."[2]

Plot

Baxter Grant, an American soldier in West Berlin, deserts and goes on the run when faced with false drug trafficking and murder charges. He takes shelter with cabaret singer Lilli Hoffman, who he manages to persuade to help prove his innocence.

Cast

Critical reception

Leonard Maltin gave the film one and a half out of four stars, calling it a "flabby caper," regarding it a "terrible waste of (Hildegard) Neff's talents".[3] Tony Sloman gave it three out of five stars in the Radio Times, calling it, "a film that wasn't highly regarded on its release, but thanks to its cast, subject matter and director bears re-evaluation today. (It) features two particularly watchable stars, both of whom have done better work than this. Ageing bobby-sox idol Van Johnson is a better actor than is generally acknowledged; he had a propensity for worried, introverted heroes...The director is Muriel Box, one of the few English women directors to have had a successful screen career, though here she struggles to keep the stage origins of the material hidden. Wilkie Cooper's stark black-and-white photography is excellent."[4]

References

  1. ^ "Subway in the Sky (1958)". BFI.
  2. ^ "Subway In The Sky". TVGuide.com.
  3. ^ "Subway in the Sky (1959) - Overview - TCM.com". Turner Classic Movies.
  4. ^ Tony Sloman. "Subway in the Sky". RadioTimes.

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