This Above All

Categories: Drama, Romance, War
In 1940 England, aristocratic Prudence Cathaway alarms her snobbish parents by joining the WAF service branch. She soon meets and falls in love with the brooding Clive Briggs, despite his prejudice against the upper classes, and agrees to spend a week with him at a Dover hotel. When Clive's soldier friend, Monty, arrives to retrieve him, Prudence learns that Clive went AWOL after Dunkirk, and urges him to recall why England must fight the war.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1942-05-12
Run time: 110 minute / 1:50
Director: Anatole Litvak
Writer: R.C. Sherriff
Production Company : 20th Century Fox
Production Country: United States of America



Tyrone Power
as Clive Briggs
Joan Fontaine
as Prudence Cathaway
Thomas Mitchell
as "Monty" Montague
Henry Stephenson
as General Cathaway
Nigel Bruce
as Ramsbottom
Gladys Cooper
as Iris Cathaway
Philip Merivale
as Dr. Roger Cathaway
Sara Allgood
as Waitress
Alexander Knox
as Rector
Queenie Leonard
as Violet Worthing
Melville Cooper
as Wilbur
Jill Esmond
as Nurse Emily Harvey
Holmes Herbert
as Dr. Mathias
John Abbott
as Joe
Arthur Shields
as Hospital Chaplain
Dennis Hoey
as Parsons
Denis Greene
as Dr. Ferris
Miles Mander
as Major
Harry Allen
as Hubert
David Clyde
as Clerk
Brenda Forbes
as Mae
Lilyan Irene
as Rosie
Colin Campbell
as Frantic Air Raid Victim
Billy Bevan
as Farmer
Herbert Clifton
as Secretary
Andy Clyde
as Fireman
Carol Curtis-Brown
as Cathaway's Maid
Raymond Severn
as Jackie Harvey
Charles Irwin
as Regimental Commander
Virginia McDowall
as Girl with Iris
Clyde Cook
as Truck Driver
Jessica Newcombe
as Matron
Alexander Pollard
as Waiter
Stuart Robertson
as Officer
John Rogers
as Vagrant at Flop House
Clifford Severn
as Lift Boy
Will Stanton
as Bartender
Donald Stuart
as Messenger
Cyril Thornton
as Station Master
David Thursby
as Man Assigned Bed #10
Gordon Wallace
as Airman
Rhys Williams
as Sergeant
Alan Edmiston
as Hotel Porter
Gerald Hamer
as Hotel Porter
Mary Field
as Hotel Maid
Gwendolyn Logan
as Hotel Maid
Alec Craig
as Bus Conductor
Harold De Becker
as Train Conductor
Morton Lowry
as Soldier in Bar
Eddie Hall
as Soldier in Bar
Jack Shea
as British Soldier in Bar
Thomas Louden
as Vicar
Mary Forbes
as Vicar's Wife
Wyndham Standing
as Doctor
Mrs. Wilfrid North
as Doctor's Wife
Leyland Hodgson
as Policeman
Val Stanton
as Policeman
Leonard Carey
as Policeman with Rector
Lumsden Hare
as First Headwaiter
Aubrey Mather
as Second Headwaiter
Yorke Sherwood
as Proprietor
Olaf Hytten
as Proprietor
Forrester Harvey
as Proprietor
Silvia Vaughan
as Tea Shop Counterwoman
May Beatty
as Tea Shop Customer
Anita Sharp-Bolster
as Tea Shop Customer
Heather Thatcher
as Nurse
Cecil Weston
as Nurse
Stella Rae
as Nurse
Jean Prescott
as Nurse
Colin Kenny
as WAAF Supply Officer
Clare Verdera
as WAAF Corporal
Rita Page
as WAAF Corporal
Doris Lloyd
as WAAF Sergeant
Valerie Cole
as WAAF Woman
Stephanie Insall
as WAAF Woman
Dorothy Daniels de Becker
as WAAF Woman
Joyce Wynn
as WAAF Woman
Joseph C. Wright Art Direction

Darryl F. Zanuck Producer

Alfred Newman Original Music Composer
Alfred Newman Music Director

Richard Day Art Direction
Thomas Little Set Decoration

Costume & Make-Up
Gwen Wakeling Costume Design

Roger Heman Sr. Sound

Arthur C. Miller Director of Photography

David Buttolph Additional Music

Walter Thompson Editor

Robert Bassler Associate Producer

Eric Knight Novel

Anatole Litvak Director

R.C. Sherriff Screenplay

Aaron Rosenberg Assistant Director

Robert Kane Production Manager

Costume & Make-Up
Sam Benson Wardrobe Designer

Conrad Salinger Orchestrator
Edward B. Powell Orchestrator
Arthur von Kirbach Sound

Costume & Make-Up
Guy Pearce Makeup Artist

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