|The House of the Seven Hawks|
|Directed by||Richard Thorpe|
|Produced by||David Rose (uncredited)|
|Written by||Jo Eisinger|
|Based on||novel The House of the Seven Flies by Victor Canning|
|Music by||Clifton Parker|
|Edited by||Ernest Walter|
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios
The House of the Seven Hawks is a 1959 British mystery film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Robert Taylor, Nicole Maurey and Linda Christian. It was the final film by Robert Taylor under his twenty five-year contract with MGM. The film follows an American captain searching for sunken treasure who becomes entangled with criminals and is arrested by the Dutch police. It is based on the Victor Canning novel The House of the Seven Flies, published in 1952.
- Robert Taylor as John Nordley
- Nicole Maurey as Constanta Sluiter
- Linda Christian as Elsa
- Donald Wolfit as Inspector Van Der Stoor
- David Kossoff as Wilhelm Dekker
- Eric Pohlmann as Captain Rohner
- Philo Hauser as Charlie Ponz
- Gerard Heinz as Inspector Sluiter
- Paul Hardtmuth as Beukleman
- Lily Kann as Gerta
- Richard Shaw as Police Sgt. Straatman
- André van Gyseghem as Hotel Clerk
- Leslie Weston as Tulper
- Guy Deghy as Desk Lieutenant
- Peter Welch as Gannett
According to MGM records, the film earned $415,000 in the U.S. and Canada and $650,000 elsewhere, resulting in a loss of $20,000.
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