The Foreman Went to France (1942)

A factory foreman tries to rescue essential munitions equipment, with the help of a quick-witted American woman and two squaddies.

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  • Somewhere in France Alternative

Introduction

Diana Morgan was an uncredited co-writer on this prime example of Ealing’s dramatisation of the ‘people’s war’ and the strength of ordinary folk.

Against the advice of his superiors, a foreman tries to rescue essential munitions equipment from the advancing Nazi army, with the help of a quick-witted American woman and two working-class squaddies.

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