I Live in Grosvenor Square1945

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I Live in Grosvenor Square
Directed by:
Herbert Wilcox

Starring Anna Neagle, Rex Harrison, Dean Jagger, Robert Morley, Nancy Price and Jane Darwell, "I Live in Grosvenor Square" is a Comedy/Drama film directed by Herbert Wilcox, released in the USA on March 03 of 1946.

Who is the director of "I Live in Grosvenor Square":

I Live in Grosvenor Square was directed by Herbert Wilcox, an Irish producer, director, and writer.

Before I Live in Grosvenor Square, Herbert Wilcox had directed Forever and a Day, released in 1943, No, No, Nanette (1940), Irene (1940), Sixty Glorious Years (1938), Bitter Sweet (1933), and Good Night, Vienna (1932). Since, he directed The Courtneys of Curzon Street, released in 1947, Spring in Park Lane (1948), Odette (1950), Derby Day (1952), Trent's Last Case (1952), and Lilacs in the Spring (1954).

When was "I Live in Grosvenor Square" released:

I Live in Grosvenor Square was first released on Sunday, March 03, 1946, in the United States.. This was seventy-three (73) years ago.

It has been released on Monday, September 03, 1945 in the United Kingdom; 1947 in Germany and on Tuesday, August 30, 1949 in Japan.

What is the cast of "I Live in Grosvenor Square":

At the casting of I Live in Grosvenor Square we find Anna Neagle, previously seen in Forever and a Day (1943) and No, No, Nanette (1940); Rex Harrison (Blithe Spirit (1945), Major Barbara (1941)); Dean Jagger (When Strangers Marry (1944), The Men in Her Life (1941)) [ more... ]

  • Charles Victor and Rex Harrison, Robert Morley, Walter Hudd, Edward Rigby also appeared in Major Barbara, released in 1941.
  • Aubrey Mallalieu and Nancy Price, Edward Rigby have all also be seen in The Stars Look Down, released in 1940.
  • Ronald Shiner and Robert Morley, Aubrey Mallalieu can all be seen in The Young Mr. Pitt, released in 1942.

What is the Storyline of "I Live in Grosvenor Square":

In the summer of 1943, after he is taken off combat operations for medical reasons, American S/Sgt. John Patterson (Dean Jagger), an Army Air Forces gunner, is billeted in the London home of the Duke of Exmoor (Robert Morley) in London's Grosvenor Square. He encounters resentment from some of his British hosts, but is soon befriended by a British paratroop officer, Major David Bruce (Rex Harrison), who is home on leave as he stands for Parliament in a by-election.

Patterson's restrained but friendly [...]

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