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The Boy Who Turned Yellow
(1972)

Country: UK

Genre: Family Adventure, Fantasy

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Synopsis

John loses his pet mouse whilst on a school trip to the Tower of London. Later, whilst travelling on the London Underground, the train and everyone in it, including John, suddenly turns a vivid yellow. John's doctor declares that the condition is harmless and should soon wear off, but that evening John hears noises from his television set and meets the eccentric yellow-coloured Nick (short for Electronic). The pair return to the Tower of London in an attempt to find John's mouse, but they are menaced by Yeoman Warders and John is threatened with execution. Will John ever be able to return home with his beloved mouse?

Notes

  • Produced by the Children's Film Foundation
  • This movie was the very last film collaboration between Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. In addition, it was the last theatrical film to be directed by Michael Powell.
  • This film won a "Chiffy" award from the Children's Film Foundation. The "Chiffy" award was voted for by children themselves, rather than by adults.
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Cast

  • Mark Dightam
    (John Saunders)
  • Robert Eddison
  • Helen Weir
  • Brian Worth
  • Esmond Knight
  • Lem Kitaj
    (Munro)

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