Flame in the Streets

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Time Out says

A relatively early attempt to come to terms - in melodramatic form - with racism and the aspirations of black immigrants in Britain. Mills owns a furniture factory and is proud of his tolerance, endorsing a Jamaican's candidacy as shop steward. However, enlightened shop floor attitudes are one thing; his daughter marrying a black is quite another. It's a bit like a social thesis - Discuss - but its background of poor housing and gangs of teddy boys roving the streets like the Ku Klux Klan is convincing enough.
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Release details

UK release:

1961

Duration:

93 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Roy Baker

Cast:

Ann Lynn, Johnny Sekka, Earl Cameron, Sylvia Syms, Brenda de Banzie, John Mills, Wilfrid Brambell

Music:

Philip Green

Art Director:

Alex Vetchinsky

Editor:

Roger Cherrill

Cinematography:

Christopher Challis

Screenwriter:

Ted Willis

Producer:

Roy Baker

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