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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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Certain aspects of the character Ferris are based on a rubber planter by the name of Haddon-Cave. His was the only rubber plantation to escape terrorist attack in Malaya. Haddon-Cave was suspected of collusion with the MNLA by General Templer. When Templer investigated, he found the actual reason for the planter's immunity from attacks was, as Haddon-Cave put it, "we have the best damned security perimeter in the country". Templer was forced to agree.
William Holden's alcoholism initially led him to turn down the role of Ferris, but a brief stint in rehab helped change his mind.
The director, Lewis Gilbert, was the brother-in-law of actor Sydney Tafler, who played Tom, CPO.
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