High Tide at Noon (1957) - Rotten Tomatoes

High Tide at Noon1957

High Tide at Noon (1957)





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A rugged, isolated island off the coast of Nova Scotia provides the setting for this drama. Much of the island is owned by one person, the other inhabitants, primarily lobster fishermen, rent from him. One of the lobster men begins romancing the wealthy owner's daughter and marries her. After the wedding, the bride is disturbed to learn that her hubby is a compulsive gambler who quickly squanders their small savings. The impoverished couple has no choice but to leave the island and live on the mainland.


William Sylvester
as Alec Douglas
Flora Robson
as Donna MacKenzie
Alexander Knox
as Stephen MacKenzie
Patrick McGoohan
as Simon Breck
Patrick Allen
as Charles MacKenzie
Jill Dixon
as Mateel
Errol MacKinnon
as Peter Grant
Stuart Nichol
as George Breck
George Murcell
as Ash Breck
Anthony Bate
as Johnny Fernandez
Stella Bonheur
as Aunt Mary
Victor Chenet
as Mr. Doty
Gerald Lawson
as Marcus Yetton
Arthur Massey
as Young Man
Bill Nagy
as Sandy McNab
Nick Stuart
as Jake Trudeau
Ryck Rydon
as Milt Tobey
Richard Shaw
as Maurice Trudeau
Nicholas Stuart
as Jake Trudeau
Gary Thorne
as Tim Gray
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[Paterson and Leacock]'s new effort is not nearly so impressive. It tries awkwardly to deal with the hard facts of lobster fishing and to dramatize a soap-operatic romantic triangle.

November 12, 2019 | Full Review…

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