Windom's Way

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Windom's Way
Directed by Ronald Neame
Produced by John Bryan
John Hawkesworth
Earl St. John
Written by Jill Craigie
Based on novel by James Ramsey Ullman
Starring Peter Finch
Music by James Bernard
Cinematography Christopher Challis
Edited by Reginald Mills
Distributed by Rank
Release dates
December 1957
Running time
108 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Windom's Way is a 1957 British thriller film directed by Ronald Neame set during the Malayan Emergency. It was nominated for four British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards in 1958.[1]



Finch made the film immediately after returning from Australia where he made Robbery Under Arms. Part of the location shoot took place in Corsica.[2]


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  2. ^ BRITISH SCREEN SCENE.: Televised Feature Results in Lawsuit --New Projects--Bright Inventory Work in Progress "Comeback" Rebuttal By STEPHEN WATTS. New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 23 June 1957: 93.

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