The Windmill (1937 film)

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The Windmill
Directed byArthur B. Woods
StarringHugh Williams, Glen Alyn and Henry Mollison
Release date
1937
CountryUnited Kingdom

The Windmill is a 1937 British drama film directed by Arthur B. Woods and starring Hugh Williams, Glen Alyn and Henry Mollison.[1] It was based on a novel by John Drabble.

Premise[edit]

During the First World War, the German adopted daughter of a Belgian innkeeper tries to balance her loyalty to her father, who is a spy for the Germans, and her love for a British soldier billited in their inn.

Cast[edit]

  • Hugh Williams ... Lt. Peter Ellington
  • Glen Alyn ... Clodine Asticot
  • Henry Mollison ... Gaston Lefarge
  • Anthony Shaw ... Colonel Richardson
  • George Galleon ... Major Arbuthnot
  • William Dewhurst ... Mons. Asticot
  • Winifred Oughton ... Mme. Asticot
  • John Laurie ... Mons. Coutard
  • John Carol ... Pvt. Goggie
  • Bruce Lester ... Officer

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Windmill (1937)".

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