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Badger's Green (1949)

 |  Comedy  |  28 February 1949 (UK)
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Credited cast:
Barbara Murray ...
Jane Morton
Brian Nissen ...
Garry Marsh ...
Kynaston Reeves ...
Laurence Naismith ...
Mary Merrall ...
Jack McNaughton ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sydney Bromley ...
Alf - the Ragholt scorer
Clifford Buckton ...
Sgt. Foster
Peter Drury ...
Clem Morgan
Jack Faint ...
Alf Burgess
Stuart Latham ...
PC Percy
Andrew Leigh ...
Ragholt vicar
Joan Maude ...
Mrs. Forrester
Roger Maxwell ...
Sir John


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An agreeably quiet, charming comedy.
22 June 2001 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

Set in a world far removed from the claustrophobic war-time trenches setting of R.C. Sherriff's greatest success, "Journey's End", this agreeable trifle rates as a quietly charming little comedy of manners. Lovers of action and excitement are warned that the climax of the film revolves around the annual cricket match between the English villages of Badger's Green and Roxholt. The only action in the film occurs off-screen. However, all the acting throughout rates never less than very capable, production credits are smooth, and the direction hits the mark of realistic competence.

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