A.E.W. Mason’s oft-filmed classic novel, The Four Feathers, gets its first CinemaScope treatment in this dynamic adventure co-directed by Terence Young (Dr. No) and Zoltan Korda, who also helmed the famed 1939 version. Filmed and set in the Sudan, it tells of Harry Faversham (Anthony Steel, The Queens), one of a group of close friends in the British Regiment. When he abruptly resigns his commission, his friends and fiancée each give him a white feather: the symbol of cowardice. His struggle to regain his reputation forms the backbone of this thrilling tale, driven by R.C. Sherriff’s screenplay and Miklos Rozsa’s superb score. Also starring Laurence Harvey, James Robertson Justice, Geoffrey Keen, Mary Ure (in her film debut), Ronald Lewis, Ian Carmichael, Michael Hordern,Ferdy Mayne and, in an early role, Christopher Lee. Newly remastered.