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Overview

An uncredited Anthony Asquith is one of the directors of this WWII film (a joint UK/US production) which aims to explain British culture and character to the newly arrived American soldier. Starting with the ubiquitous pub visit, the film breezes through geography lessons, food and entertainment on the Home Front.

  1. Anthony Asquith

    Director

  2. Burgess Meredith

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Felix Aylmer

    Felix Aylmer

    Schoolmaster

  2. Jacob L. Devers

    Himself

  3. Bob Hope

    Bob Hope

    Himself

  4. Carla Lehmann

    Carla Lehmann

    The Unknown Girl

  5. Beatrice Lillie

    Beatrice Lillie

    Herself

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A Welcome to Britain

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Status Released

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  • January 1, 1943
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 55m

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