Heaven Knows, Mr Allison

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Time Out says

On the one hand, Huston's typically wry contribution to Hollywood's long-established, censor-baiting fascination with nuns. On the other, a quirky and superior reworking of his own The African Queen. Deborah Kerr, back in the habit ten years after Black Narcissus, is stranded on a Jap-held Pacific island with Marine corporal Mitchum, whose wonderfully low-key portrait of melting machismo is everything Bogart's respectably Oscar-chasing irascibility wasn't. The favourite film of its veteran screenwriter, John Lee Mahin.
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Release details

UK release:

1957

Duration:

105 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

John Huston

Cast:

Deborah Kerr, Robert Mitchum

Music:

Georges Auric

Art Director:

Stephen Grimes

Editor:

Russell Lloyd

Cinematography:

Oswald Morris

Screenwriter:

John Huston, John Lee Mahin

Producer:

Eugene Franks, Buddy Adler

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