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Went the Day Well? (7-Dec-1942)

Director: Alberto Cavalcanti

Writers: John Dighton; Angus MacPhail; Diana Morgan

From short story: The Lieutenant Died Last by Graham Greene

Keywords: Drama, WWII

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Elizabeth Allan
9-Apr-1908 27-Jul-1990 A Tale of Two Cities
Leslie Banks
9-Jun-1890 21-Apr-1952 The Most Dangerous Game
James Donald
18-May-1917 3-Aug-1993 Third Man on the Mountain
David Farrar
21-Aug-1908 31-Aug-1995 Black Narcissus
Harry Fowler
10-Dec-1926 4-Jan-2012 Cpl. Hoskins on The Army Game
Thora Hird
28-May-1911 15-Mar-2003 Talking Heads
Mervyn Johns
18-Feb-1899 6-Sep-1992 Dead of Night
Frank Lawton
30-Sep-1904 10-Jun-1969 A Night to Remember
Basil Sydney
23-Apr-1894 10-Jan-1968 English stage actor


Leslie Banks   ...   Oliver Wilsford
C. V. France   ...   The Vicar
Valerie Taylor   ...   Nora Ashton
Marie Lohr   ...   Mrs Fraser
Basil Sydney   ...   Kommandant Orlter
David Farrar   ...   Lt. Jung
Harry Fowler   ...   George Truscott (boy)
Frank Lawton   ...   Tom Sturry
Edward Rigby   ...   Bill Purvis (poacher)
Elizabeth Allan   ...   Peggy Pryde
Thora Hird   ...   Ivy Dawking
Norman Pierce   ...   Jim Sturry
Mervyn Johns   ...   Charles Sims
Johnnie Schofield   ...   Joe Garbett (policeman)
Patricia Hayes   ...   Daisy (clerk)
Muriel George   ...   Mrs Collins (shopkeeper)
Ellis Irving   ...   Harry Drew
Philippa Hiatt   ...   Mrs. Bates
Grace Arnold   ...   Mrs Owen
John Slater   ...   German Sergeant
Eric Micklewood   ...   Klotz (soldier)
Hilda Bayley   ...   Cousin Maude
James Donald   ...   German Corporal


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