Some May Live
Some May Live, also known as In Saigon Some May Live, is a 1967 British war film directed by Vernon Sewell and starring Peter Cushing, Joseph Cotten and Martha Hyer. During the Vietnam War, a security leak in Saigon has to be plugged, when American decoder Kate Meredith is faced with the dilemma of her husband pressuring her to give him information.
|Some May Live|
|Directed by||Vernon Sewell|
|Produced by||Clive Sharp|
|Screenplay by||David T. Chantler|
|Music by||Cyril Ornadel|
|Edited by||Gordon Pilkington|
|Distributed by||Butcher's Film Service (UK)|
- Peter Cushing ... John Meredith
- Joseph Cotten ... Colonel Woodward
- Martha Hyer ... Kate Meredith
- John Ronane ... Captain Elliott Thomas
- David Spenser ... Inspector Sung
- Alec Mango ... Ducrai
- Walter Brown ... Major Matthews
- Kim Smith ... Allan Meredith
- Burnell Tucker ... Lawrence
- Carol Cleveland ... Minor role
Leonard Maltin gave the film two stars, calling it an "Unexciting suspenser."
- "Some May Live (1967)".
- "In Saigon: Some May Live (1966) - - Cast and Crew - AllMovie".
- Maltin, Leonard (2 September 2014). "Leonard Maltin's 2015 Movie Guide". Penguin – via Google Books.