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Director  Roy Boulting
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Music director  John Addison
Country  England
6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Running time  1h 38m
Language  English
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Writer  Nigel Balchin, Frank Harvey
Release date  1955
Screenplay  Nigel Balchin, Roy Boulting, Frank Harvey
Cast  Glynis Johns (Josephine Luton), Jack Buchanan (Charles Luton), Peter Finch (David Hewer), Donald Sinden (Alan Hartley), Ronald Squire (Frederick Luton), Heather Thatcher (May Luton)
Similar movies  Related Roy Boulting movies

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Josephine and Men is a 1955 British comedy film directed by Roy Boulting and starring Glynis Johns, Jack Buchanan, Donald Sinden and Peter Finch. It also features William Hartnell, Gerald Sim, Thorley Walters, Victor Maddern and John Le Mesurier in supporting roles.

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Plot

Josephine's (Glynis Johns) story is told in flashback by her suave bachelor uncle (Jack Buchanan). We hear how she rejects her wealthy fiancé Alan (Donald Sinden) for his friend David (Peter Finch), an unsuccessful playwright. But when their situations are reversed, Josephine's interest in David starts to wane. She is a woman we hear, always drawn to underdogs.

Cast

  • Glynis Johns as Josephine Luton
  • Jack Buchanan as Uncle Charles Luton
  • Donald Sinden as Alan Hartley
  • Peter Finch as David Hewer
  • Heather Thatcher as Aunt May Luton
  • Ronald Squire as Frederick Luton
  • William Hartnell as Inspector Parsons
  • Gerald Sim as Detective Sergeant Allen
  • Hugh Moxey as Police Inspector
  • Sam Kydd as Police Sergeant
  • Tonie MacMillan as Mrs. McFee
  • Wally Patch as Landlord
  • Peggy Ann Clifford as Landlady
  • Victor Maddern as Henry
  • Thorley Walters as Salesman
  • Laurence Naismith as Porter
  • John Le Mesurier as Registrar
  • Lisa Gastoni as Italian Girl
  • Michael Ward as Bohemian
  • Critical reception

    Britmovie wrote, "the lightweight and stagey story is framed in flashback by the debonair Jack Buchanan’s narration but fails to exude any humour or convincing romance." while the Radio Times concluded, "not as funny as it could have been, but the cast is likeable."

    References

    Josephine and Men Wikipedia
    Josephine and Men IMDb Josephine and Men themoviedb.org


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