Who Goes There!
|Who Goes There!|
|Directed by||Anthony Kimmins|
|Produced by||Anthony Kimmins|
|Written by||John Dighton|
A. E. Matthews
|Music by||Muir Mathieson|
|Distributed by||British Lion Film Corporation|
|10 June 1952|
|Box office||£123,542 (UK)|
Who Goes There! is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Anthony Kimmins and starring Nigel Patrick, Valerie Hobson and George Cole. The film depicts the farcical activities of the various inhabitants of a Grace and Favour house near St. James Palace in Central London. It is based on a 1951 play by John Dighton, who also wrote the screenplay.
It was retitled The Passionate Sentry for its United States release with American censors removing two uses of the word "Cripes!".
- Nigel Patrick - Miles Cornwall
- Valerie Hobson - Alex Cornwall
- George Cole - Guardsman Arthur Crisp
- Peggy Cummins - Christina Deed
- Anthony Bushell - Major Guy Ashley
- A. E. Matthews - Sir Hubert Cornwall
United they staggered, divided they fell.- Miles Cornwall commenting on Christina's alcoholic parents
- Vincent Porter, 'The Robert Clark Account', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Vol 20 No 4, 2000 p498
- p. 183 Slide, Anthony Banned in the USA: British Films in the United States and Their Censorship 1998 I.B. Tauris Publishers
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