|The Last Adventurers|
|Directed by||Roy Kellino|
|Produced by||Henry Passmore|
|Written by||Denison Clift (adapted from a story by)|
|Music by||Eric Ansell|
|Edited by||David Lean|
|Distributed by||Sound City Films (UK)|
The Last Adventurers is a 1937 British drama film directed by Roy Kellino and starring Niall MacGinnis, Roy Emerton, Linden Travers and Peter Gawthorne. A shipwrecked castaway is rescued by a sea captain, and then falls in love with the captain's daughter.
In the Radio Times, David Parkinson wrote, "It's a pity there's not much entertainment value to be had from this wonderful curio about a twice-shipwrecked castaway saved by a sea captain whose daughter he then falls in love with, much to the old tar's displeasure. What is fascinating about Roy Kellino's adventure is that it was edited, with greater tautness than it deserves, by director-in-waiting David Lean. The casting is also noteworthy, with future Carry On star Esma Cannon in a rare glamour role, and Ballard Berkeley (who would later play the Major in Fawlty Towers) playing the heroic lead."
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