The Foreman Went to France


The Foreman Went to France

The Foreman Went to France

Titre original The Foreman Went to France
Réalisation Charles Frend
Scénario Leslie Arliss
John Dighton
Acteurs principaux Tommy Trinder
Constance Cummings
Clifford Evans
Robert Morley
Gordon Jackson
Ernest Milton
Charles Victor
John Williams
Sortie 1942
Durée 87 min.

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The Foreman Went to France est un film britannique réalisé par Charles Frend, sorti en 1942.

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Synopsis

Au début de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, alors que les Allemands envahissent la France, un contremaître anglais est envoyé récupérer plusieurs machines stratégiques pour la production de canons. Ce film est inspiré d'un fait historique.

Fiche technique

Distribution

  • Tommy Trinder : Tommy Hoskins, 19th Fusillers
  • Constance Cummings : Anne Stafford, the American girl
  • Clifford Evans : Fred Carrick, the foreman
  • Robert Morley : Mayor Coutare of Bivary
  • Gordon Jackson : Alastair 'Jock' MacFarlan, 19th Fusillers
  • Ernest Milton : Stationmaster in La Tour
  • Charles Victor : Aircraft Spotter on Works Roof
  • John Williams: 'English' Army Captain

Liens externes

The Foreman Went to France sur l’Internet Movie Database - Version plus complète en anglais


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