Tripti Joshi (Editor)

The Boy Who Turned Yellow

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
6.4/101 Votes Alchetron
6.4
1 Ratings
100
90
80
70
61
50
40
30
20
10
Rate This

Rate This

Director  Michael Powell
Screenplay  Emeric Pressburger
Country  United Kingdom
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Adventure, Family
Duration  
Language  English
The Boy Who Turned Yellow movie poster
Release date  16 September 1972 (UK)
Writer  Emeric Pressburger (screenplay), Emeric Pressburger (story)
Music director  David Vorhaus, Patrick Gowers
Cast  Mark Dightam (John), Robert Eddison (Nick), Helen Weir (Mrs Saunders), Brian Worth (Mr Saunders), Esmond Knight (Doctor), Laurence Carter (Schoolteacher)
Similar movies  Sammy's Super T-Shirt, Haunters of the Deep
Tagline  When John meets an alien who feeds on electricity, things start to go wrong

The boy who turned yellow 1972 extract


The Boy Who Turned Yellow (1972) is the last film collaboration by the British filmmakers Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, and the last theatrical film directed by Michael Powell. The film was made for the Children's Film Foundation.

Contents

The Boy Who Turned Yellow The Boy Who Turned Yellow Alchetron the free social encyclopedia

The boy who turned yellow


Plot

The Boy Who Turned Yellow London Underground The Boy Who Turned Yellow August 31st 2013

John (Mark Dightam) loses one of his pet mice, Alice, whilst on a school trip to the Tower of London. Upset back in class, he is sent home by his teacher for not paying attention during a lesson on electricity. Later that day on the London Underground, the train and everyone in it suddenly turns bright, vivid yellow. John's doctor (Esmond Knight) declares that the condition is harmless and should wear off soon, but that evening John hears noises from his television set and meets the eccentric yellow-coloured Nick (short for Electronic) (Robert Eddison). The pair return to the Tower of London in an attempt to find Alice, but they are menaced by Yeoman Warders and John is threatened with execution. When John is finally reunited with his pet, he awakes in class. Was his adventure actually all just a dream?

Cast

The Boy Who Turned Yellow The Boy who turned Yellow 1972 DVD Retro Tv On DVD
  • Mark Dightam as John Saunders
  • Robert Eddison as Nick
  • Helen Weir as Mrs. Saunders
  • Brian Worth as Mr. Saunders
  • Esmond Knight as Doctor Ward
  • Laurence Carter as Schoolteacher
  • Patrick McAlinney as Supreme Beefeater
  • Lem Dobbs as Munro
  • Production

    The Boy Who Turned Yellow My Pics and Movies The Boy Who Turned Yellow 1972

    The film was the last collaboration by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. They also brought in some of their old colleagues from The Archers, such as cinematographer Christopher Challis and actor Esmond Knight.

    The Boy Who Turned Yellow THE BOY WHO TURNED YELLOW YouTube

    Location shooting took place at sites around London:

  • Tower of London, Whitechapel
  • Holborn tube station, Aldwych branch platform (as Chalk Farm tube station and Hampstead stations)
  • Hampstead tube station, Hampstead (exterior only)
  • Christchurch Hill, Hampstead
  • Hampstead Heath, Hampstead
  • Willow Road, Hampstead
  • Awards

    The film won a "Chiffy" award from the Children's Film Foundation. The "Chiffy" award was voted for by the children themselves.

    References

    The Boy Who Turned Yellow Wikipedia
    The Boy Who Turned Yellow IMDb The Boy Who Turned Yellow themoviedb.org


    Topics
     
    B
    i
    Link
    H2
    L