Perfect Strangers

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Time Out says

Meet the Drabs - Donat and Kerr - and watch how the war gives their marriage a little excitement and a well-deserved holiday: he goes into the Navy, she becomes a Wren, and each enjoys a fling. The movie was made by MGM British in the manner of Mrs Miniver, and was to have been directed by Wesley Ruggles. Divided into three 'acts', with a script by Clemence Dane, it is a reasonably acted, authentically staged evocation of British resolve under stress. The eagle-eyed may spot Roger Moore in a walk-on.
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Release details

UK release:

1945

Duration:

102 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Alexander Korda

Cast:

Roland Culver, Ann Todd, Glynis Johns, Deborah Kerr, Robert Donat, Elliot Mason

Music:

Clifton Parker

Production Designer:

Vincent Korda

Editor:

EB Jarvis

Cinematography:

Georges Périnal

Screenwriter:

Anthony Pélissier, Clemence Dane

Producer:

Alexander Korda

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