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Ourselves Alone (1936)

 -  Drama  -  26 November 1937 (USA)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Antoinette Cellier ...
Maureen Elliott
Niall MacGinnis ...
Terence Elliott (as Niall Macginnis)
Maire O'Neill ...
Nanny
John Lodge ...
County Inspector Hanney
E.J. Kennedy ...
District Inspector Sullivan
Pat Noonan ...
Sergeant Halloran
Bruce Lester ...
2nd Lieut. Lingard (as Bruce Lister)
Jerry Verno ...
Private Parsley
John Loder ...
Captain Wiltshire
Clifford Evans ...
Commandant Connolly
Paul Farrell ...
Hogan
Tony Quinn ...
Maloney
Harry Hutchinson ...
Hennessy
Fred O'Donovan ...
The Publican
Cavan O'Connor ...
The Singer
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Another take on The Informer
26 August 2012 | by (london) – See all my reviews

Films about the Irish troubles were quite common in the 1930s.In fact the producers of this film,BIP,had started the trend with the part talkie version of the Informer in 1929.Possibly given the success of the RKO remake in 1835 they decided to give this another go the following year.An informer is pivotal to the plot without himself becoming the main character.Antoinette Cellier,daughter of Frank Cellier,is torn in her loyalties,which it has to be said leads to an exciting climax.It is a very gripping film and it is typical of the fate of so many British films of that era that it has long been forgotten.It is a curious fact that the most famous British film dealing with Ireland and the IRA from that decade is the classic Will Hay comedy "Oh Mr Porter.One curious note.Although produced by BIP it was distributed by their rivals ,Gaumont British in America.It thus has,unique in my knowledge both logos on the same film.


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