Director Herbert Wilcox
Music director Anthony Collins
Cinematography Mutz Greenbaum
Country United Kingdom
|Release date April 11, 1947|
Writer Nicholas Phipps, Florence Tranter (story)
Cast Michael Wilding (Sir Edward Courtney), Anna Neagle (Kate O'Halloran), Gladys Young, Daphne Slater (Cynthia Carmody), Jack Watling (Teddy Courtney)
Related Herbert Wilcox movies
Similar Maytime in Mayfair, Piccadilly Incident, The Lady with a Lamp
The Courtneys of Curzon Street (also titled The Courtney Affair or Kathys' Love Affair, in the U.S.) is a 1947 British drama film starring Anna Neagle and Michael Wilding.
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The film is one of the most seen British films of all time, with 15.9 million tickets sold at the cinema.
The son of a baronet shocks class-conscious 1900 British society by marrying an Irish servant. The film chronicles 45 years in their lives together and apart, through the Boer War and WWI and WWII.
It was originally known as Scarlet and Pure Gold. The film was produced at the Shepperton Film Studios in Surrey. The title was changed when the film was released in the U.S. and in other countries', having been screened in many European countries and Scandinavia.
It was the most popular film at the British box office for 1947.
the courtneys of curzon street out on dvd 09 09 2013
ReferencesThe Courtneys of Curzon Street Wikipedia
The Courtneys of Curzon Street IMDb The Courtneys of Curzon Street themoviedb.org