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Golden Salamander (film)

Golden Salamander
File:Golden Salamander FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Ronald Neame
Produced by Alexander Galperson
Written by Victor Canning (novel and screenplay)
Ronald Neame
Lesley Storm
Starring Trevor Howard
Anouk Aimée
Herbert Lom
Music by William Alwyn
Release date(s) 1 September 1950
Running time 87 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Golden Salamander is a 1950 adventure film directed by Ronald Neame and starring Trevor Howard as an archaeologist in North Africa who runs afoul of a crime sydicate. It won an award at the 1950 Locarno International Film Festival.[1] It is based on Victor Canning's novel The Golden Salamander.

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  • Internet Movie Database
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