Non stop New York

Non-Stop New York (aka Libson Clipper Mystery) is a 1937 British crime film and science fiction film directed by Robert Stevenson and starring John Loder, Anna Lee and Francis L. Sullivan. It is based on the novel Sky Steward by Ken Attiwill. A woman who can clear an innocent man of the charge of murder is pursued by gangsters onto a luxurious transatlantic flying boat.

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Synopse: On New Year's Eve 1938, lawyer Billy Cooper notices stranded English showgirl Jennie Carr (Anna Lee) gazing hungrily at other diners' plates and offers to buy her a meal. However, the restaurant is all out of food, so he invites her to his apartment. Before they arrive, Abel, another equally hungry and unemployed person, sneaks in for a chicken leg. Hearing them coming, he hides in a bedroom. When Jennie enters the room to remove her coat, he begs her not to cause trouble. She sympathizes with his plight and says nothing to Billy.

Directed by Robert Stevenson
Written by Ken Attiwill (novel), J.O.C. Orton, Roland Pertwee, Curt Siodmak, E.V.H. Emmett
Starring: John Loder, Anna Lee, Francis L. Sullivan
Music by Hubert Bath, Bretton Byrd, Louis Levy
Cinematography: Mutz Greenbaum
Editing by Al Barnes
Studio: Gaumont British
Distributed by General Film Distributors
Release dates: 13 September 1937 (UK)
28 November 1937 (US)
Running time: 72 minutes
Country: United Kingdom
Language: English