Love in Waiting

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Love in Waiting
Directed by Douglas Pierce
Produced by John Croydon
Henry Passmore
Written by Monica Dickens
Martin Lane
Arthur Reid
Starring David Tomlinson
Peggy Evans
Elspet Gray
Music by Temple Abady
Cinematography Roy Fogwell
Edited by Dennis Gurney
Highbury Productions
Distributed by GFD
Release date
12 October 1948
Running time
60 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Love in Waiting is a 1948 British comedy film directed by Douglas Pierce, and starring David Tomlinson.[1][2] It was made at Highbury Studios as a second feature for release by the Rank Organisation.[3]


In a busy restaurant during the food rationing period in the wake of Second World War three waitresses fall in love with the manager (Tomlinson), the garbage man (who is the owner's grandson in disguise) and the downstairs neighbour, while trying to stay in the good books of the ruthless Miss Bell who runs the catering staff and is selling restaurant food supplies to the Black Market.



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