Two Thousand Women

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Time Out says

Typically lively wartime offering from Launder and Gilliat, made under the Gainsborough banner and set in a women's prison in Nazi-occupied France. The prisoners attempts to conceal three daring RAF chaps from the authorities. On the one hand, it stands as a progenitor of Launder and Gilliat's later, equally zestful St Trinian's movies, coming complete with lashings of knockabout humour and a chaotic fight which would have done the Fifth Form proud. On the other, however, in its own Tenko-like way, it's also surprisingly touching.
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Release details

UK release:

1944

Duration:

97 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Frank Launder

Cast:

Dulcie Gray, Thora Hird, Renee Houston, Reginald Purdell, Flora Robson, Jean Kent, Patricia Roc, Phyllis Calvert, Carl Jaffe

Music:

Louis Levy

Art Director:

John Bryan

Editor:

RE Dearing

Cinematography:

Jack Cox

Screenwriter:

Frank Launder

Producer:

Edward Black

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