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Jassy (1947)

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Cast

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Margaret Lockwood ...
Patricia Roc ...
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Basil Sydney ...
Dermot Walsh ...
Esma Cannon ...
Cathleen Nesbitt ...
Linden Travers ...
Nora Swinburne ...
Ernest Thesiger ...
Jean Cadell ...
Grace Arnold ...
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Grey Blake ...
Bryan Coleman ...
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27 September 1947 (Germany)  »

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Jassy: Goodbye Barney. I wish I were a house.
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Another gorgeous English film from the 40s that OUGHT 2 B ON DVD!!!
4 May 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My comments are brief: Whoever owns the rights to distribute "Jassy" should get their butts in gear and release this colorfully stylish, wistful feature to DVD pronto! Americans (of which I am one) are generally (and shamelessly) content to glut themselves on Hollywood-based product (whether good or not), and continually ignore hallmarks of English cinema. "Jassy" (and "Blanche Fury", another jewel buried away in some vault) are overdue their chance to titillate new audiences and deserve to be released to DVD. Roan? Anchor Bay? Criterion Collection?

HeloooOOOO!...


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