|Directed by||Pat Jackson|
|Produced by||Joseph Janni
|Based on||novel Yeoman's Hospital by Helen Ashton|
|Edited by||Sidney Hayers|
|Distributed by||General Film Distributors (UK)|
|Release dates||12 June 1951 (London)(UK)|
|Running time||102 minutes|
White Corridors is a 1951 British drama film directed by Pat Jackson and based on a novel by Helen Ashton. It starred Googie Withers, Godfrey Tearle, James Donald and Petula Clark. The film is set in a hospital shortly after the establishment of the National Health Service.
The day-to-day life of the staff and patients at a city hospital.
- Googie Withers as Dr. Sophie Dean
- James Donald as Neil Marriner
- Godfrey Tearle as Mr. Groom Sr.
- Petula Clark as Joan Shepherd
- Jean Anderson as Sister Gater
- Timothy Bateson as Dr. Cook
- Fabia Drake as Miss Farmer
- Henry Edwards as Phillip Brewster
- Gerard Heinz as Dr. Macuzek
- Megs Jenkins as Mrs. Briggs
- Barry Jones as Dr. Shoesmith
- Avice Landone as Sister Jenkins
- Bernard Lee as Burgess
- Moira Lister as Dolly Clark
- Dandy Nichols as Char
- Basil Radford as Retired Civil Servant
- Bruce Seton as Policeman
- Patrick Troughton as Sailor
- Jack Watling as Dick Groom
- Philip Stainton as Sawyer
- Dana Wynter - first film role
Bombardier Billy Wells, the man who bangs the gong on the Rank trademark, had a small role.
It was the 8th most popular movie at the British box office in 1951.
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- "Gossip From The Studios.". The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) (NSW: National Library of Australia). 23 November 1950. p. 17. Retrieved 11 July 2012.
- "NOTES ON FILMS.". The Sunday Herald (Sydney, NSW : 1949 - 1953) (Sydney, NSW: National Library of Australia). 28 January 1951. p. 4 Supplement: Features. Retrieved 11 July 2012.
- "Vivien Leigh Actress Of The Year.". Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1885 - 1954) (Qld.: National Library of Australia). 29 December 1951. p. 1. Retrieved 27 April 2012.
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