Main title from In Which We Serve (1942)

In Which We Serve

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| Film | | UK | B&W | Drama, War | 1h 54min
Stars: Noël Coward, Derek Elphinstone, Michael Wilding

Survivors from a torpedoed destroyer recall their life at sea and on leave

Cast (39)

Noël Coward
Capt E.V. Kinross RN – Capt ‘D’
Derek Elphinstone
No. 1
British actor Michael Wilding wears a jacket and tie
Flags
British actress Celia Johnson in a promotional picture for the film Brief Encounter (1945).  Johnson pairs a smart herringbone jacket with jumper and pearls
Mrs Alix Kinross
Robert Sansom
Guns
Kay Walsh
Freda Lewis
Philip Friend
Torps
Joyce Carey
Mrs Kath Hardy
Chimmo Branson
Midshipman
Ballard Berkeley
Engineer Commander
Hubert Gregg
Pilot
James Donald
Doc
Michael Whittaker
Sub
Kenneth Carten
Sub-Lieutenant RNV.R.
John Varley
Secco
Bernard Miles
Chief Petty Officer Walter Hardy
Caven Watson
Brodie
British actor John Mills wears a jacket and tie
Ordinary Seaman Shorty Blake
Geoffrey Hibbert
Joey Mackeridge
Frederick Piper
Edgecombe
Lionel Grose
Reynolds
Leslie Dwyer
Parkinson
Charles Russell
Fisher
John Singer
Moran
Robert Moreton
Coombe
John Boxer
Hollett
Kenneth Evans
Posty
Johnnie Schofield
Coxswain
Franklyn Bennett
Cdr Spencer
Charles Compton
No. 1. ‘Tremoyne’
Walter Fitzgerald
Col Lumsden
Gerald Case
Jasper
Daniel Massey
Bobby Kinross
Ann Stephens
Lavinia Kinross
British actress Kathleen Harrison wears a striped blouse
Mrs Blake
Dora Gregory
Mrs Lemmon
Penelope Dudley-Ward
Maureen
Barbara Waring
Mrs Macadoo
Eileen Peel
Mrs Farrell
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Director

Noël Coward
Noël Coward
(as Noel Coward)
David Lean

Writer

Production companies


Two Cities Films
Logo for the Two Cities Film production company.  This was the company’s second logo.

The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO)

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Main title from In Which We Serve (1942)
In Which We Serve (1942) opening credits
Main title from In Which We Serve (1942).