1951 Cloudburst

Cloudburst – 1951

A Hammer Production by Exclusive Films

All characters in this photoplay are ficticious and bear no relation to any real person, living or dead.

RCA Sound System

Black & White 88 minutes

Storyline

A Canadian World War II veteran working for the British Foreign Office scours England for the killer who murdered his wife.

Crew

Production Manager
Continuity
Make-up
Editor
Recordist
Hair Stylist
Assistant Director
Casting
Director of Photography
Camera Operator
Music Composed by
Played by
Screenplay by
Adapted from the original story by
Produced by
Directed by

Arthur Barnes
Renee Glynne
Phil Leakey
John Ferris
Edgar Vetter
Anne Box
Jimmy Sangster
Michael Carreras
Walter Harvey
Peter Bryan
Frank Spencer
The Royal Philarmonic Orchestra
Leo Marks and Francis Searle
Leo Marks
Anthony Hinds
Francis Searle

Cast

John Graham 
Carol Graham 
Inspector Davis 
Lorna Dawson 
Mickie Fraser/Kid Python 
Peggy Reece 
Jackie 
Sergeant Woodbridge
Chuck Peters 
Mrs Reece 
Thompson 
Kate 
Cardew 
Johnson 
Carter 
Constable 
Doctor 
Porter 
Milkman 
Desk Seargent

Robert Preston
Elizabeth Sellers
Colin Tapley
Sheila Burrell
Harold Lang
Mary Germaine
Thomas Heathcote
Ritchie George
Lyn Evans
Edith Sharpe
James Mills
Daphne Anderson
Edward Lexy
Noell Howlett
Robert Brown
Charles Saynor
Gerald Case
Frederick Steger
Stanley Baker
 Martin Boddey

Footnotes

Noel Howlet went on to play Mr Cromwell, the Headmaster in London Weekend Televisions comedy series “Please Sir”, his other two Hammer appearances came in “Quatermass and the Pit” 1967 and 1963’s “Kiss of the Vampire”. Stanley Baker, who starred in “Zulu” 1964 and “The Guns of Nazarone” 1961, plays the milkman here. He also appeared for Hammer in “The Rossiter Case” 1951, “Whispering Smith Hits London” 1952, “Yesterday’s Enemy” 1959 and “Hell is a City” 1960. His rise to stardom came in 1953’s “The Cruel Sea”. Stanley Baker died in 1976 from pneumonia whilst undergoing treatment for lung cancer – he was aged 48. This was the first Hammer film to be made at Bray Studios.


Details were complied viewing the actual film. 
Source of viewing copy – The Hammer Graveyard Collection