Went the Day Well?

Went the day well? We died and never knew. But, well or ill, freedom we died for you.

Categories: Thriller, War
The quiet village of Bramley End is taken over by German troops posing as Royal Engineers. Their task is to disrupt England's radar network in preparation for a full scale German invasion. Once the villagers discover the true identity of the troops, they do whatever they can to thwart the Nazis plans.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1942-12-07
Run time: 88 minute / 1:28
Director: Alberto Cavalcanti
Writers: John Dighton, Angus MacPhail, Diana Morgan.
Production Company : Ealing Studios
Production Country: United Kingdom





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Leslie Banks
as Oliver Wilsford
Mervyn Johns
as Charles Sims
Marie Lohr
as Mrs Fraser
Basil Sydney
as Major Hammond / Kommandant Orlter
Edward Rigby
as Bill Purvis
C. V. France
as The Vicar
Valerie Taylor
as Nora
Norman Pierce
as Jim Sturry
Frank Lawton
as Tom Sturry
Muriel George
as Mrs. Collins
Elizabeth Allan
as Peggy
Thora Hird
as Ivy
Patricia Hayes
as Daisy
Hilda Bayley
as Cousin Maud
Johnny Schofield
as Joe Garbett
Ellis Irving
as Harry Drew
Philippa Hiatt
as Mrs. Bates
Grace Arnold
as Mrs. Owen
David Farrar
as Lieutenant Jung
John Slater
as Sergeant
Eric Micklewood
as Soldier
Production
Michael Balcon Producer

Writing
John Dighton Screenplay
Graham Greene Story

Camera
Wilkie Cooper Director of Photography

Production
John Croydon Production Supervisor

Directing
Alberto Cavalcanti Director

Writing
Angus MacPhail Screenplay

Editing
Sidney Cole Editor

Sound
William Walton Original Music Composer

Production
Hal Mason Production Manager

Writing
Diana Morgan Screenplay

Camera
G. Gibbs Camera Operator

Art
Tom Morahan Art Direction

Production
S.C. Balcon Associate Producer

Crew
Roy Kellino Special Effects

Sound
Eric Williams Sound Supervisor
Len Page Sound Recordist

Camera
Hal Britten Assistant Camera





















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