In Edwardian England, a thirteen year-old cadet, Ronnie Winslow, is expelled from the naval academy at Osborne for stealing a seven shilling postal order. His father and sister become obsessed with proving his innocence at any cost to themselves, and turn the case into a national cause celebre. Written by
David Levene <D.S.Levene@durham.ac.uk>
Did You Know?
, the Prime Minister whose name occurs (as Herbert Asquith) at various points throughout "The Winslow Boy", was in fact the father of that same Anthony Asquith
who directed this film. See more
When they visit the House of Commons for the first time, the newspaper boy carries a poster ' "London motorist killed " and on the first day of the trial - the poster has not changed. - or else a second motorist has been killed. See more
I advise you drop this senseless flummery, for your your own sake as well as ours.
Snookey Pookey Twaddle
Written by Howard Carr See more