White Corridors (1951)

01/12/1951 (GB)
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Overview

White Corridors was based on Yeoman Hospital, a novel by Helen Ashton. Told episodically, the story concentrates on the day-to-day activities in a busy hospital, where research pathologist Neil Marriner (James Donald) conducts experiments in the hopes of curing diseases impervious to penicillin. Marriner is aided in this endeavor by lady surgeon Dr. Sophie Dean (Googie Withers), who happens to be in love with him. After a tragedy occurs for which Marriner holds himself responsible, the film builds steadily to an exciting climax involving a untested -- and potentially dangerous -- serum. The top-rank British supporting cast includes Barry Jones, Moira Lister, Petula Clark, Basil Radford, Dagmar (later Dana) Wynter, Bernard Lee, and, in a minor role, future "Dr. Who" Patrick Troughton.

  1. Pat Jackson

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Helen Ashton

    Novel

  3. Jan Read

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Googie Withers

    Googie Withers

    Dr. Sophie Dean

  2. James Donald

    James Donald

    Neil Marriner

  3. Godfrey Tearle

    Godfrey Tearle

    Mr. Groom Sr.

  4. Petula Clark

    Petula Clark

    Joan Shepherd

  5. Jean Anderson

    Jean Anderson

    Sister Gater

  6. Moira Lister

    Moira Lister

    Dolly Clark

  7. Jack Watling

    Jack Watling

    Dick Groom

  8. Barry Jones

    Barry Jones

    Dr. Shoesmith

  9. Brand Inglis

    Tommy Briggs

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Status Released

Original Language English

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Content Score

50

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