Flame in the streets

Hungary - c. 1955
47 x 32 in (118 x 81 cm)
ID #HULB5136
Flame in the Streets is a 1961 film directed by Roy Ward Baker[1]and based on the 1958 play Hot Summer Night by Ted Willis. It opened at the Odeon Leicester Square in London's West End on 22 June 1961. Racial tensions manifest themselves at home, work and on the streets during Bonfire Night in the burgeoning West Indian community of post-war Britain. Trades Union leader Jacko Palmer fights for the rights of a black worker but struggles with the news that his own daughter, Kathie, is planning to marry a West Indian, much against his own logic and the hysterical prejudice of his wife Nell. from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flame_in_the_Streets

100-250 1955 c. 1950 c. 1955 entertainment horizontal Hungary medium Original red show small vintage poster vintage posters yellow

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