Give Us Tomorrow Trailer

Give Us Tomorrow Trailer (1978)

"Terror strikes with a knock on the door....." 30 November 1978 Drama, Crime 94 mins

Masked intruders take the family of a bank manager hostage in order to rob his bank.

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Cast

Sylvia Syms

as Wendy Hammond

James Kerry

as Martin Hammond

Derren Nesbitt

as Martin Hammond

Donna Evans

as Nicola Hammond

Richard Shaw

as 1st Bank Robber

Mark Elwes

as Tom - Assistant Manager

Crew

John Fox

John Fox Cinematography

International Titles

Panttivangit Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 30 November 1978

Production Companies

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