U certificateDangerous Moonlight is a Film programme that first aired in 1941 and has been classified a U certificate.

Dangerous Moonlight is a 3 star programme

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Dangerous Moonlight (1941)

Directed by
Brian Desmond-Hurst

Romantic war drama about a concert pianist who gives up music to join his countrymen in the Polish squadron of the Royal Air Force during World War II. But when he suffers amnesia after being badly injured in a crash, he must struggle to piece his life together again. Featuring Richard Addinsell's famous Warsaw Concerto.

Written by

Genre: Film

Running Time: 100 minutes (approx)

Production Year: 1941

3/5 Stars

Classification: U Certificate

Production Country: UK/USA

Filmed in Black and White


Anton Walbrook...Stefan 'Steve' Radetzky
Sally Gray...Carol Peters Radetzky
Derrick de Marney...Michael 'Mike' Carroll Radetzky's manager
Cecil Parker...Specialist
Percy Parsons...Bill Peters
Kenneth Kent...Andre De Guise the impressario
J.H. Roberts...Residing physician
Guy Middleton...Shorty
John Laurie...British commander
Frederick Valk...Polish bomber commander
O.B. Clarence...Waiter with tray of wine
James Pirrie
Marian Spencer...Miss Gratton De Guise's secretary
Leslie Gordon
Philip Friend...Pete RAF pilot