Eleventh Hour (1942 documentary film)
Eleventh Hour is a 1942 Australian short documentary film from director Ken G. Hall for the Department of Information.
|Directed by||Ken G. Hall|
|Produced by||Ken G. Hall|
John Nugent Hayward
It was the third in a series of movies to promote Austerity War Loans, following Another Threshold.
A woman wonders if the sacrifices of war are worth it. Her first World War veteran husband assures her that it is.
- Muriel Steinbeck as the wife
- John Nugent Hayard as the husband
- Margaret Sinclair
The Sydney Morning Herald wrote that:
Ken Hall... has used the Anzac Day memorial services with effect... [the film] should rally the dilatory to the war bond booths. Muriel Steinbeck Is splendid... The mournful retrospection of... [the wife]... could with advantage be less insistent in the script, and more heartening implication and less exhortation be given to the propaganda angle of the narrative.