PG certificateThe Foreman Went to France is a Film programme that first aired in 1942 and has been classified a PG certificate.

The Foreman Went to France is a 3 star programme

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The Foreman Went to France (1942)

Directed by
Charles Frend

A 1940s English factory foreman travels to France in order to engineer the smuggling of vital machinery out of the country before the invading Germans get their hands on it.

Written by ,

Genre: Film

Running Time: 105 minutes (approx)

Production Year: 1942

3/5 Stars

Classification: PG Certificate

Production Country: UK

Filmed in Black and White


Tommy Trinder...Tommy Hoskins 19th Fusillers
Constance Cummings...Anne Stafford the American girl
Clifford Evans...Fred Carrick the foreman
Image for Robert MorleyRobert Morley...Mayor Coutare of Bivary
Image for Gordon JacksonGordon Jackson...Alastair 'Jock' MacFarlan 19th Fusillers
Ernest Milton...Stationmaster in La Tour
Charles Victor...Aircraft Spotter on Works Roof
John Williams...'English' Army Cap.
Paul Bonifas...Prefect of Rouville
Anita Palacine...La Tour Barmaid
Francis L. Sullivan...French Skipper
Image for Mervyn JohnsMervyn Johns...Official Passport Office
Owen Reynolds...Collins Burns & Fawcett Works Manager
Ronald Adam...Sir Charles Fawcett Managing Director