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Ha'penny Breeze (1950)

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A demobbed serviceman finds that his village has fallen on hard times. With the help of family, friends and the villagers he enters his boat in a yacht race. Winning will mean orders for new boats and life for the village.
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Edwin Richfield ...
Don Sharp ...
Johnny Craig
Gwynneth Vaughan ...
Joan King
Terry Everett ...
Brian King
Eva Rowland ...
Mrs. King
Roger Maxwell ...
Mr. Simmonds
John Powe ...
Barney
Darcy Conyers ...
Richard Martin
Rigby Foster ...
Len
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David and Johnnie are demobbed ex-prisoners of war returning to David's home village. Johnnie is a keen yachtsman from Australia and David is a boat designer and heir to the famous generations old boat building firm of Harry King & Sons at Pin Mill. They arrive to find that the village has fallen on hard times. They persuade the villagers to help them renovate the fishing smack David had designed and built before the war and convert it to a yacht. By entering it into a yacht race they hope to win orders for new yacht builds and renew the fortunes of the village. Written by Julian Cable

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Chris Halward replaced Patricia Cutts as Patricia Lindsay during production. See more »

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4 March 2000 | by (Wolverhampton, England) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie when it was first released in about 1950. It was a typical British B movie made on a low budget but was pleasant enough. The story basically was how a group of friends got together to build a small sailing yacht (the "Ha'penny Breeze") which they entered in a race. Guess who won!

However, I remember the movie particularly because it had a very tuneful theme, which was broadcast a lot on radio at that time and must have gone quite high in the charts (if there were charts then). I recall that it was written by Phil Green, a bandleader and light music composer.

> It is a pity that he is not credited in the database details.


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