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.
David Levene <D.S.Levene@durham.ac.uk>
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Seen in mirror of room, where Arthur and Catherine, and Violet talked,
Violet leaves through door, shadow of crew member seen after door closes. See more
Well, now, I understand that you wish to marry my daughter.
Yes, sir. Of course, sir.
Why of course? There are plenty of people about who don't want to marry her. Oh, we'll not quibble about that. I think we'll take the romantic role of the project for granted.
Version of The Winslow Boy
Knocked 'Em in the Old Kent Road
Written by Albert Chevalier
and Charles Ingle See more