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The 7th Dawn (1964) was a Adventure - Drama Film directed by Lewis Gilbert and produced by Charles K. Feldman, John Dark and Karl Tunberg.

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Because the UK government deemed the script to be prejudicial to British interests, it refused to cooperate. Therefore, all British troops were portrayed by Australian troops who were, at the time, running operations along the Malaysian-Thai border.
Michael Keon, author of "The Durian Tree" on which "The 7th Dawn" is based, was a journalist working as Australian Press Attaché in China during the Communist revolution. During that time, it was rumored that he operated as a spy for Western intelligence.
The author, Michael Keon, during his stay in Malaya, met with three communist MPLA members. One he referred to as Ng, a pseudonym. This person bears a strong resemblance to Ng, the character in the novel and the movie.
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