Main title from Went the Day Well? (1942) (2). From a story by Graham Greene

Went the Day Well?

(1942)

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| Film | United Kingdom | B&W | Thriller, War | 1h 32min |
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| Stars: Leslie Banks, C V France, Valerie Taylor | Director: Alberto Cavalcanti
Thursday at 3pm on London Live

Villagers resist when German paratroopers invade an English village and the squire proves to be a quisling

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Cast

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Leslie Banks, British actor, photo
Leslie Banks
Oliver Wilsford
C V France
The Vicar
Valerie Taylor
Nora
Marie Lohr
Mrs Fraser
Harry Fowler
Young George
Norman Pierce
Jim Sturry
Frank Lawton
Tom Sturry
Elizabeth Allan
Peggy
Thora Hird
Ivy
Muriel George
Mrs Collins
Patricia Hayes
Daisy
Grimshaw (Mervyn Johns) wears a hat and bow tie in My Learned Friend (1943)
Charlie Sims
Hilda Bayley
Cousin Maud
Edward Rigby
Bill Purvis
Johnnie Schofield
Joe Garbett
Ellis Irving
Harry Drew
Philippa Hiatt
Mrs Bates
Grace Arnold
Mrs Owen
Photograph from Talk of the Devil (1936) (1) featuring Basil Sydney
Major Ortler
British actor David Farrar in a publicity shot for Black Narcissus (1947)
Lt Jung
Lou (John Slater) in overcoat, tie and hat in a scene from It Always Rains on Sunday (1947)
Sergeant
Eric Micklewood
Soldier
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Reviews

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Could-it-happen melodrama that made excellent wartime propaganda; generally well staged. (Halliwell’s)

Pictures

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Main title from Went the Day Well? (1942) (3). Leslie Banks
Main title from Went the Day Well? (1942) (2). From a story by Graham Greene
Main title from Went the Day Well? (1942) (1). Ealing Studios Limited present

Production

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Alberto Cavalcanti
Director
Michael Balcon
Producer
Graham Greene
Writer (story)
John Dighton
Writer (story)

Companies

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Went the Day Well? (1942) opening credits (1)
Ealing Studios
Production company
Associated British Film Distributors (A.B.F.D.)
Distribution company
United Artists
Distribution company
United Artists
Distribution company