Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Cottage to Let (aka Bombsight Stolen, 1941).

In Cottage to Let (dir. Anthony Asquith—son of the prime minister), a new bombsight proves irresistible to Nazis, the RAF, and Scotland Yard. The film features Alastair Sim, John Mills, and Michael Wilding and is adapted from a play by Geoffrey Kerr (father of actor-lawyer John Kerr, who is probably best known for his role in South Pacific). Also see Yvette Banek's earlier take on the film.

1 comment:

Yvette said...

I really really enjoyed this film, Elizabeth. Unexpectedly so. In fact, thanks for the reminder - I think I'll watch it again soon. And thanks for the plug! :)