The Common Touch
|The Common Touch|
Original British trade ad
|Directed by||John Baxter|
|Produced by||John Baxter|
|Written by||Barbara K. Emary
|Based on||a story by Herbert Ayres (as C.G.H. Ayres)|
|Music by||Kennedy Russell|
|Edited by||Jack Harris|
|Distributed by||Anglo-American Film Corporation (UK)|
|Release dates||15 December 1941 (UK)|
|Running time||104 minutes|
The Common Touch is a 1941 British drama film directed by John Baxter and starring Geoffrey Hibbert, Harry Welchman, Greta Gynt and Joyce Howard. The film is a remake by the director of his 1932 film Doss House. 
Pianist Mark Hambourg appears in a small role.
- Geoffrey Hibbert - Peter Henderson
- Harry Welchman - 'Lincoln's Inn'
- Greta Gynt - Sylvia Meadows
- Joyce Howard - Mary
- Edward Rigby - Tich
- Bransby Williams - Ben
- George Carney - Charlie
- Eliot Makeham - Inky
- Raymond Lovell - Cartwright
- John Longden - Stuart Gordon
- Wally Patch - Nobby
- Edgar Driver - 'Oily'
- Bernard Miles - Perkins
- Jerry Verno - Office Messenger
- Charles Carson - Haywood
- John Slater - Joe
- Bill Fraser - Harris
- Dennis Wyndham - Commissionaire
- Mark Hambourg - down-and-out pianist nicknamed 'Chopin'
- "The Common Touch". BFI.
- "The Common Touch". TV Guide.
- "The-Common-Touch - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes - NYTimes.com". nytimes.com.
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