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After he is orphaned by an air raid on Port Said during the Suez Crisis, a young boy attempts to go by himself from the Suez Canal to Durban in South Africa where his nearest relative, Aunt Jane, lives. On the way he meets a variety of different people who help or hinder his journey - including an ageing diamond smuggler.

  1. Denis Cannan

    Screenplay

  2. W.H. Canaway

    Novel

  3. Alexander Mackendrick

    Director

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  1. Edward G. Robinson

    Edward G. Robinson

    Cocky Wainwright

  2. Fergus McClelland

    Sammy Hartland

  3. Constance Cummings

    Constance Cummings

    Gloria van Imhoff

  4. Paul Stassino

    Paul Stassino

    Spyros Dracondopolous

  5. Harry H. Corbett

    Harry H. Corbett

    Lem

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Sammy Going South
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Status Released

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  • February 12, 1965
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Original Language English

Runtime 2h 8m

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