Valley of Eagles
Valley of Eagles (US release title Valley of the Eagles) is a 1951 British thriller film written and directed by Terence Young and starring Jack Warner, Nadia Gray and John McCallum. The screenplay concerns a Swedish scientist, whose crucial new invention is stolen by his wife who tries to take it to the Soviet Union.
The setting is Stockholm, Sweden, "this year". Dr Nils Ahlen, working at the "Institute of Technical Research", is about to leave his home to give a talk at Uppsala University on his new invention and he discusses arrangements for his absence with his assistant, Sven Nystrom. Nystrom intends to work from home, but Ahlen shows him where he has hidden the key to his laboratory "just in case". While they are talking, Ahlen's wife, Helga, complains that the couple will miss a dinner engagement with friends. Ahlen tells her she could go on her own and Helga replies that she could.
|genre||adventure drama thriller|
|keywords||across the border attempt to escape audio recording avalanche bad luck barium disturb eagle finland fly force golden eagle karlstad land large family leksand police inspector record sami people small town soviet union stockholm swedish army swedish lapland talk uppsala uppsala university wolf|
|producer||Nat A. Bronstein|
|productionCompany||Independent Sovereign Films|
|publisher||General Film Distributors Lippert Pictures|