The Seventh Survivor
|The Seventh Survivor|
|Directed by||Leslie S. Hiscott|
|Screenplay by||Michael Barringer|
The Seventh Survivor is a 1941 [British, black-and-white, spy, war film, directed by Leslie S. Hiscott and starring Felix Aylmer, Jane Carr, Wally Patch, Linden Travers, Austin Trevor, Frank Pettingell, Ronald Shiner, and Martita Hunt. It was produced by British National Films and Shaftesbury Films.
During the Second World War, a German spy goes on the run, carrying important news about a U-Boat campaign. The ship he is travelling aboard is hit by a torpedo. The spy winds up on a lifeboat with other survivors, one of whom is a counterintelligence agent who reveals the German spy's true identity.
- Felix Aylmer as Sir Elmer Norton
- Jane Carr as Diane Winters
- Martita Hunt as Mrs. Lindley
- Wally Patch as Bob Sutton
- Frank Pettingell as Thomas Pettifer
- Ronald Shiner as Ernie
- John Stuart as Robert Cooper
- Linden Travers as Gillian Chase
- Austin Trevor as Captain Hartzmann
- Ralph Truman as Captain
- "The Seventh Survivor - IMDB". Retrieved 9 March 2012.
- "The Seventh Survivor - Complete Index to World Film". Retrieved 9 March 2012.
- The Seventh Survivor at AllMovie
- The Seventh Survivor at the British Film Institute's Film and TV Database
- The Seventh Survivor at the Internet Movie Database
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