Filming went on through the German Blitz. Producer Pascal had his own spotter on the roof who blew a horn when he spied German planes. According to Ronald Neame, nobody had told Wendy Hiller, so when he horn sounded during a rehearsal and everybody left, Hiller was bewildered. See more
The fist Underschaft wrote: if God gave man the hand, let not man withhold the sword. The second wrote: all have the right to fight, none have the right to judge. The third wrote up: to man the heaven, to heaven the victory. The fourth had no literary turn, so he didn't write up anything, but he sold cannons to Napoleon under the nose of George III. The fifth wrote up: peace shall not prevail, save with a sword in her hand. But the sixth, my master, was best of all. He wrote up: nothing is ever...
How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds
Music by Alexander Reinagle (1836)
Words by John Newton
Arranged by William Walton See more