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Temptation Harbour Comes Home

Saturday 5th October 2013 at 7:30pm

Event Details

Temptation Harbour Comes Home
Date
Saturday 5th October 2013
Time
7:30pm
Rating
Certificate PG
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This forgotten film noir comes home to its shooting location of Folkestone, on a rare 35mm print courtesy of the BFI.

In October 2013, the cinema showed a rare 35mm print of Temptation Harbour, a forgotten 1947 film noir featuring the original Doctor Who actor William Hartnell, which was shot on location in Folkestone and St Margaret’s Bay. The print was generously provided by the British Film Institute from their National Film Archive, and the screening was preceded by a specially recorded introduction by actress Margaret Barton, who shared fond memories of filming in the area and the warm welcome the cast received from local people.

Temptation Harbour

"Conscience does make cowards of us all."

  • Directed by

    Lance Comfort

  • Starring

    Robert Newton, Simone Simon, William Hartnell

  • Genre

    Crime, Drama

  • Details

    UK • 1947 • 91 mins

  • Certificate

    PG

A railway signalman on a quay witnesses a fight between two men, which ends with one of the men deliberately pushed into the water. The signalman cannot save him, but manages to retrieve the man’s suitcase – which he decides to keep after discovering it contains £5,000 of banknotes.