Another Time, Another Place (1958 film)

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Another Time, Another Place
Theatrical film poster
Directed by Lewis Allen
Produced by Joe Kaufmann
Written by Stanley Mann
Based on Weep No More
by Lenore J. Coffee
Starring Lana Turner
Barry Sullivan
Glynis Johns
Sean Connery
Music by Douglas Gamley
Cinematography Jack Hildyard
Edited by Geoffrey Foot
Lanturn Productions
Kaydor Productions Ltd.
Distributed by Paramount Film Service
Release dates
May 2, 1958
Running time
98 minutes
Language English

Another Time, Another Place is a 1958 film melodrama starring Lana Turner, Barry Sullivan and Sean Connery. The film is based on Lenore J. Coffee's 1955 novel Weep No More.


An American reporter, Sara Scott (Turner) is working in Europe during World War II and begins an affair with a British reporter named Mark Trevor (Connery). Sara is conflicted on whether to marry her rich boss (Sullivan) or the charming young reporter she is having an affair with. Finally, she chooses Mark, only to find that he is married and has a son. The two separate shortly thereafter, then decide to stay together and work out their problems.

After the war ends, Mark Trevor is killed in an accident, sending Sara into mourning. Her boss, after a few months, convinces her to come back to the United States and work for him. Before she goes, she visits Trevor's hometown and lives for a time with his wife (Johns) and son as she works to fashion Trevor's war reporting into a book.


Actor Role
Lana Turner Sara Scott
Barry Sullivan Carter Reynolds
Raymond Burr Walt Radak
Glynis Johns Kay Trevor
Sean Connery Mark Trevor
Terence Longdon Alan Thompson
Sid James Jake Klein
Martin Stephens Brian Trevor
Doris Hare Mrs. Bunker
John Le Mesurier Doctor Aldridge
Cameron Hall Alfy
Robin Bailey Captain Barnes


During the film's principal photography in England, Connery was confronted by gangster Johnny Stompanato, then-boyfriend of Lana Turner. The jealous man pointed a gun at Connery and warned him to keep away from Turner. Connery answered by grabbing the gun out of Stompanato's hand and twisting his wrist, causing him to run off the set.[1]


  1. ^ Schochet, Stephen (2003). "Who Is James Bond?". Archived from the original on August 26, 2004. Retrieved June 22, 2013. 

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