Night Ferry

Night Ferry
Night Ferry




58 minutes


Action and Adventure, Crime



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This crime caper from the Children’s Film Foundation* is set on and around the railways of south London. Fleeing from the site of a dangerous accident he has caused near the Clapham rail lines, Jeff witnesses two strange men unloading some unusual looking cargo. He soon figures out that these must be the criminals who have stolen a priceless sarcophagus and are trying to make away with it on the night ferry train. Enlisting the help of two local friends, Jeff comes up with a clever but risky plot to foil their plan. A funny turn from Bernard Cribbins as the lead villain brings extra humour to this fun adventure. * The Children’s Film Foundation was set up in 1951 to produce content specifically for young people. More information:

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Contains mild threat.

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