Thunder Rock (1942) Movie Details

Thunder Rock
Ray Boulting , Roy Boulting
Hans May
Charter Film Productions
1 hr 52 mins
Rating: 7.5/10 from 120 users

Thunder Rock Movie Cast

Michael Redgrave
as David Charleston
Barbara Mullen
as Ellen Kirby
James Mason
as Streeter
Lilli Palmer
as Melanie Kurtz
Finlay Currie
as Capt. Joshua Stuart

Thunder Rock Crew List

Art Direction : Duncan Sutherland
Camera Operator : Jack Hildyard
Director of Photography : Mutz Greenbaum
Costume Design : Honoria Plesch
Sound Recordist : John Cook
Special Effects : Frederick Ford , Tom Howard
Director : Ray Boulting ,
Editor : Roy Boulting
Producer : John Boulting
Original Music Composer :
Screenplay : Jeffrey Dell , Bernard Miles
Story : Robert Ardrey
Theatre Play : Robert Ardrey

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David Charleston, once a world renowned journalist, now lives alone maintaining the Thunder Rock lighthouse in Lake Michigan. He doesn't cash is paychecks and has no contact other than the monthly inspector's visit. When alone, he imagines conversations with those who died when a 19th century packet ship with some 60 passengers sank. He imagines their lives, their problems their fears and their hopes. In one of these conversations he recalls his own efforts in the 1930s when he tried desperately to convince first his editors and later the public of the dangers of fascism and the inevitability of war. Few would listen. One of the passengers, a spinster, tells her story of seeking independence from a world dominated by men. There's also the case of a doctor who is banished for using unacceptable methods. David has given up on life but the imaginary passengers give him hope for the future

Thunder Rock

Thunder Rock is a 1942 English Film stars Michael Redgrave , Barbara Mullen , James Mason , Lilli Palmer , Finlay Currie , directed by Roy Boulting & music by Hans May.