An Inspector Calls

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Time Out says

JB Priestley's play comes to the screen (adapted by Desmond Davis) with a minimum of cinematic imagination. Alastair Sim is still highly watchable, however, as the Yorkshire policeman who materialises in the midst of a comfortably off Edwardian family to reveal how each one of its complacent members bears some responsibility in the suicide of a pregnant pauper. The play survives, just.
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Release details

UK release:

1954

Duration:

79 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Guy Hamilton

Cast:

Bryan Forbes, Brian Worth, Olga Lindo, Arthur Young, Jane Wenham, Alastair Sim, George Cole

Music:

Francis Chagrin

Art Director:

Joseph Bato

Editor:

Alan Osbiston

Cinematography:

Ted Scaife

Screenwriter:

Desmond Davis

Producer:

AD Peters

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