12 certificateWent the Day Well? is a Film programme that first aired in 1944 and has been classified a 12 certificate.

Went the Day Well? is a 2 star programme

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Went the Day Well? (1944)

Directed by
Alberto Cavalcanti

Second World War Ealing propaganda thriller, based on a story by Graham Greene, about the "invasion" of a small English village by "Royal Engineers" who are, in fact, disguised German paratroopers

Written by ,

Genre: Film

Running Time: 100 minutes (approx)

Production Year: 1944

2/5 Stars

Classification: 12 Certificate

Production Country: UK

Filmed in Black and White


Leslie Banks...Oliver Wilsford
C.V. France...The Vicar
Valerie Taylor...Nora Ashton
Marie Lohr...Mrs Fraser
Basil Sydney...Kommandant Orlter alias Major Hammond
David Farrar...Lt. Jung alias Lt. Maxwell
Harry Fowler...George Truscott boy
Frank Lawton...Tom Sturry
Edward Rigby...Bill Purvis the poacher
Elizabeth Allan...Peggy Pryde [a Land Army Girl]
Thora Hird...Ivy Dawking [a Land Army Girl]
Norman Pierce...Jim Sturry
Image for Mervyn JohnsMervyn Johns...Charles Sims the church warder
Johnnie Schofield...Joe Garbett the policeman
Patricia Hayes...Daisy the shop clerk