Overview

Nutbourne College, an old established, all-boys, boarding school is told that another school is to be billeted with due to wartime restrictions. The shock is that it's an all-girls school that has been sent. The two head teachers are soon battling for the upper hand with each other and the Ministry. But a crisis (or two) forces them to work together.

  1. Frank Launder

    Director, Screenplay

  2. John Dighton

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Alastair Sim

    Alastair Sim

    Wetherby Pond

  2. Margaret Rutherford

    Margaret Rutherford

    Muriel Whitchurch

  3. Guy Middleton

    Guy Middleton

    Victor Hyde-Brown: Staff of Nutbourne

  4. Joyce Grenfell

    Joyce Grenfell

    Miss Gossage: Staff of St. Swithin's

  5. Edward Rigby

    Edward Rigby

    Rainbow: Staff of Nutbourne

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Status Released

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  • September 16, 1950
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 21m

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