Diamond City

The story of Diamond City takes place in the South African diamond fields during the latter half of the 19th Century and indeed much of the filming took place on the actual land where the events actually took place. Stafford Parker (David Farrar) is a self appointed peace-keeper in Hopetown, nearest settlement to the diamond fields. It is 1870, and when news spreads of a big find Stafford Parker hurries off to see the old chief, in whose land the find was made. Stafford asks the old chief (Norris Smith) to grant him the concession to work the new diamond fields as the sole agent. Whilst they are talking, the old man's nephew arrives with a counter proposal from his employer, the unscrupulous rum-dealer and illicit diamond buyer, Muller (Niall McGinnis). Stafford gets the concession but has to convince Muller to accept his authority in a fist fight. Muller appears to agree to Stafford registering the claims and administering the town, however he continues to plot and scheme. When ...

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  • TheTVDB.com Movie ID 208492
  • Status Released
  • Released South Africa September 21, 1949 (Johannesburg) Great Britain September 22, 1949 (London) Austria January 1, 1950 Finland May 18, 1950 Denmark June 19, 1950 Portugal July 13, 1950 Germany August 5, 1950 Sweden October 23, 1950 France March 28, 1951 Australia February 1, 1952
  • Content Rating Sweden 15 United States of America NR
  • Runtime 74 minutes
  • Genres Adventure Drama Western
  • Original Country Great Britain
  • Original Language English
  • Production Company Gainsborough Pictures
  • Distributor Favorite Films
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  • Box Office Worldwide $970,001,953
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