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Night Ferry
Night Ferry

Night Ferry 1976

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Night Ferry 1976 U

58 mins United Kingdom Director. David Eady

In this rousing kids’ crime yarn, Bernard Cribbins is 'Pyramid', a dastardly master-of-disguise who plans to smuggle an ancient Egyptian mummy out of the country. When young Jeff (Graham Fletcher-Cook) discovers the plan, a dangerous chase via South London's Victoria Station and Clapham Station ensues.

With fantastic use of London locations, exciting train-set sequences and footage of the real night ferry that ran between London and Paris until its closure in 1980, this is one of the more memorable adventures from the much-loved Children’s Film Foundation.

Directed by

David Eady

Featuring

Aubrey Morris

Bernard Cribbins

Jayne Tottman

Engin Ashref

Graham Fletcher-Cook

Genres

Children's Crime

Collection

Family

Certificate

U Contains mild threat

Released

1976

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

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