Chance of a Lifetime (film)

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Chance of a Lifetime
Directed by Bernard Miles
Produced by Bernard Miles
Written by Walter Greenwood
Bernard Miles
Starring Bernard Miles
Basil Radford
Kenneth More
Music by Noel Mewton-Wood
Cinematography Eric Cross
Editing by Peter Price
Distributed by British Lion,
Pilgrim Pictures
Release dates 1950 (UK)
14 March 1951 (USA)
Running time 89 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Chance of a Lifetime is a 1950 British film starring, produced, part-written and directed by Bernard Miles. It was nominated for the 1951 BAFTA for Best British Film, to which it was beaten by The Blue Lamp.


In the times of austerity after the Second World War a failing factory's owner hands the factory over to the workers to run it for themselves.


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