A Sunday in September (1961) - Watch Online. Directed by James Hill

Genres Documentary    
IMDb rating
9/10
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Cast            
Country UK
Language English
Runtime 28 min
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  • A Sunday in September (TV Movie 1961) - IMDb

    Directed by James Hill. With Shelagh Delaney, John Osborne, Vanessa Redgrave. Television documentary about the nuclear disarmament demonstration at Trafalgar Square on 17th September 1961.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1734411/

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