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Quiet Weekend (1946)

 -  Comedy  -  9 June 1947 (Sweden)
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Derek Farr ...
Denys Royd
Frank Cellier ...
Adrian Barrasford
Marjorie Fielding ...
George Thorpe ...
Barbara White ...
Miranda Bute
Helen Shingler ...
Rowena Hyde
Edward Rigby ...
Sam Pecker
Josephine Wilson ...
Mary Jarrow
Gwynne Whitby ...
Marcia Brent
Ballard Berkeley ...
Jim Brent
Judith Furse ...
Ella Spender
Pat Field ...
Sally Spender
Hélène Burls ...
Bella
George Merritt ...
Police Sergeant
Christopher Steele ...
Vicar
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The way we were
19 July 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

For anyone born in the UK before about 1935 (as I was) this movie will bring back memories of austerity, such as very few cars and very little food and primitive plumbing. We all had to make do with what we had; the top rate of income tax was around 95%. Nevertheless the middle classes had those delicious cut-glass English accents; "thanks" was pronounced "thenks". The lower classes such as the old poacher, spoke their lines in broad accents and were usually considered to be comic characters.

That has all changed now. This movie is good entertainment but also of value to the social historians. It is the way the British coped with the rigors of victory after WW II, i.e. paying off the huge loans owed to the USA while trying to become a socialist society.


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