During World War II, an Army Private hears rumors that his wife in London is becoming sweet on a smooth operator who has avoided being called up. The serviceman takes leave without permission to get to his house near Waterloo station to find out what's going on.
With the Great Stars of "Caesar and Cleopatra" and "Great Expectations"
Did You Know?
This movie received its initial television showing in the U.S. in New York City, Thursday, November 2, 1950 on the DuMont Television Network's London Playhouse on WABD (Channel 5). See more
In the fight scene near the end of the film, Jim Colter (John Mills
) pulls Ted Purvis' (Stewart Granger
) jacket down over him arms to disable him. In a split second and a change of camera shot, dapper man about town Ted is wearing his jacket correctly again. See more
You still cross with me?
Why not Jim?
You ought to be.
I know. Perhaps I'm just beginning to understand you...
Featured in War Stories
In My Dream Parade
Written by Aldred Reader and Alfred Reader See more