It Happened One Sunday
|It Happened One Sunday|
|Directed by||Karel Lamac|
|Written by||Frederic Gotfurt
|Distributed by||Pathé film|
It Happened One Sunday is a 1944 British romantic comedy film directed by Karel Lamac and starring Robert Beatty, Barbara White, Marjorie Rhodes, Kathleen Harrison and Moore Marriott. In the film, an Irish servant girl working in Liverpool mistakenly believes that she has a secret admirer working at a hospital, and while seeking him out accidentally meets and falls in love with a serviceman there. She spends the rest of the day around Liverpool with him and they eventually decide to marry. The film was based on the play She Met Him One Sunday by Victor Skutezky.
- Robert Beatty as Tom Stevens
- Barbara White as Moya Malone
- Marjorie Rhodes as Mrs. Buckland
- Ernest Butcher as Mr. Buckland
- Kathryn Beaumont as Jill Buckland
- Judy Kelly as Violet
- Irene Vanbrugh as Mrs. Bellamy
- Kathleen Harrison as Mrs. Purkiss
- Moore Marriott as Porter
- C.V. France as Magistrate
- Marie Ault as Madame
- Brefni O'Rorke as Engineer
- "It Happened One Sunday". 28 August 1944. Retrieved 21 April 2017 – via IMDb.
- "It Happened One Sunday (1944) | BFI". Ftvdb.bfi.org.uk. Retrieved 2017-04-21.
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