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Neutral Port (1940)

 -  Action | Drama | War  -  6 December 1940 (UK)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Will Fyffe ...
Capt. Ferguson
Leslie Banks ...
George Carter
Yvonne Arnaud ...
Rosa Pirenti
Phyllis Calvert ...
Helen Carter
Hugh McDermott ...
Jim Grey
John Salew ...
Wilson
Cameron Hall ...
Charlie Baxter
Frederick Valk ...
Captain Traumer
Anthony Holles ...
Chief of Police
Sigurd Lohde ...
German Consul
Wally Patch ...
Fred
Dennis Wyndham ...
Terry
Jack Raine ...
Alf
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Albert Lieven ...
Capt. Grosskraft
Mignon O'Doherty ...
Miss Fleming
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My brief review of the film
17 September 2005 | by (Perth, Australia) – See all my reviews

Marcel Varnel, a talented director of pure comedies (he directed quite a few Will Hay and Arthur Askey films) unevenly mixes comedy with drama here, and the results are somewhat messy. It is however the screenplay more so than Varnel's directing that is the film's main problem. The plot develops in quite a haphazard fashion, boasting two loosely connected story lines, each with useless charismatic supporting characters. With a few amusing scenes in the mix, this is not a complete disaster, but it is not a very good film either, nor anything even near the level of Marcel Varnel's weakest pure comedy work, let alone his masterpieces, such as 'Oh, Mr. Porter!' and 'Ask a Policeman'. It is strange to think that he directed this film after, and not before, those two gems.


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