The Blue Gardenia - a cynical take on press coverage of a sensational murder case - was the first installment of Lang's "newspaper noir" movie trio, being followed in 1956 by both While the City Sleeps and Beyond a Reasonable Doubt. No, me neither, but there was a time when we were the ones who were breaking speed records and such like and The Net harkens back to that age. James Donald Phyllis Calvert Noel Willman Herbert Lom Robert Beatty Patric Doonan Walter Fitzgerald Muriel Pavlow Maurice Denham Marjorie Fielding Herbert Lomas Geoffrey Denton Cyril Chamberlain Hal Osmond Caven Watson Marianne Stone Stanley Maxted Hartley Power Philip Ray Johnnie Schofield John Warren, 86 mins   Congratulations on this excellent venture… what a great idea! Thanks :) As the spy reaches for a pistol which has fallen on the floor he stretches his air supply pipe to the point where it disconnects from the supply. Project M7 (U.S. distribution)) is a 1953 British aviation thriller film made by Two Cities Films, directed by Anthony Asquith and starring James Donald, Phyllis Calvert, Robert Beatty and Herbert Lom. A secret jet aircraft capable of traveling three times the speed of sound is being developed by a group of scientists secretly. The project leader Michael Heathley (James Donald) is so wrapped up with the M7 that his wife Lydia (Phyllis Calvert) feels neglected and that she is being sidelined in favour of her husband's work. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google privacy policy and terms of service apply. [N 1][2].mw-parser-output .toclimit-2 .toclevel-1 ul,.mw-parser-output .toclimit-3 .toclevel-2 ul,.mw-parser-output .toclimit-4 .toclevel-3 ul,.mw-parser-output .toclimit-5 .toclevel-4 ul,.mw-parser-output .toclimit-6 .toclevel-5 ul,.mw-parser-output .toclimit-7 .toclevel-6 ul{display:none}. Film data from TMDb. Anthony Asquith’s British thriller in which a scientist involved on a supersonic flight project risks his life in a dangerous experiment. Original title: The Net. Info. He screams and collapses. Some reference sources erroneously refer to the project as X7 or X-7. The Net (1953 film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. More details at If anyone has a decent recording on DVD-+ and fancies a swap please drop me a message. on January 29, 2020, There are no reviews yet. At a not very top secret British research facility a new supersonic aircraft is due for it's maiden flight but intrigue abounds as there may be a double agent in the midst of inner circle surrounding the project. I made this for myself but I thought others might find it useful. Copy link. Didn't I just watch this? However it does almost sink beneath the weight of the melodrama the script saddles them with. The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. Starring James Donald, Phyllis Calvert, Robert Beatty and Herbert Lom. The Net is a film directed by Anthony Asquith with Phyllis Calvert, Robert Beatty, James Donald, Herbert Lom .... Year: 1953. The Net (a.k.a. Although The Net deals with contemporary aviation technology, there are no aircraft to be seen, other than photographs on walls and a model of the top-secret delta-wing M7 aircraft. The Internet Archive is an excellent choice for entire full length Netflix & YouTube style uploads of drama, mystery, thriller & crime noir movies from the UK & USA for free. The Blue Gardenia is a 1953 film noir crime film directed by Fritz Lang and based on a novella by Vera Caspary, starring Anne Baxter, Richard Conte, Raymond Burr and Ann Sothern. At a social gathering she strikes up a conversation with Heathley's colleague Alex Leon (Herbert Lom), and the pair are soon circling one another. At one point, the aircraft is seen resting on water, giving it the potential of being a flying-boat. James Donald gives an okay performance in his part as Michael Heathley, the person in charge of the project, while Phyllis Calvert is alright as Lydia, Michael’s wife.