Three Sundays to Live

Three Sundays to Live is a low budget 1957 film noir British film directed by Ernest Morris and starring Kieron Moore and Jane Griffiths.[1][2]

Three Sundays to Live
British campaign book cover
Directed byErnest Morris
Produced byEdward J. Danziger
Harry Lee Danziger
Written byBrian Clemens
StarringKieron Moore
Jane Griffiths
Music byEdwin Astley
Albert Elms
CinematographyJames Wilson
Edited bySidney Stone
Distributed byUnited Artists Corporation (UK)
Release date
Running time
71 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

The title refers to the law of the period, which required that after criminal sentence had been passed, three Sundays must elapse before the execution.[3]


Young dance band leader Frank Martin is condemned to death for a murder he didn't commit. Desperate to prove his innocence, Frank escapes from jail, and with girlfriend Judy, embarks upon the search for a blonde singer who witnessed the killing. Unfortunately, the real killer gets to her first and murders her. However, Martin manages to trick the murderer into believing he's killed the wrong woman. When the killer returns to try again, Frank is waiting.



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