The Foreman Went to France (1942)

06/22/1942 (GB) WarDrama 1h 27m
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Overview

Based on the true story of Melbourne Johns, an aircraft factory foreman sent to France to prevent the Nazis getting hold of some vital equipment.

  1. Charles Frend

    Director

  2. Angus MacPhail

    Screenplay

  3. John Dighton

    Screenplay

  4. Leslie Arliss

    Screenplay

  5. J.B. Priestley

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Tommy Trinder

    Tommy Trinder

    Tommy Hoskins

  2. Constance Cummings

    Constance Cummings

    Anne Stafford

  3. Clifford Evans

    Clifford Evans

    Fred Carrick

  4. Robert Morley

    Robert Morley

    Mayor Coutare of Bivary

  5. Gordon Jackson

    Gordon Jackson

    Alastair 'Jock' MacFarlan, 19th Fusillers

  6. Ernest Milton

    Stationmaster in La Tour

  7. Charles Victor

    Charles Victor

    Aircraft Spotter

  8. John Williams

    John Williams

    'English' Army Captain

  9. Paul Bonifas

    Paul Bonifas

    Prefect of Rouville

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The Foreman Went to France
The Foreman Went to France

Status Released

Original Language English

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