Release dateOctober 1950 (UK) Based onnovel "Happy Now I Go" by Theresa Charles WriterGuy Morgan (screenplay), Ladislao Vajda (screenplay), Theresa Charles (novel) Initial releaseOctober 1950 (United Kingdom) ScreenplayLadislao Vajda, Guy Morgan CastPhyllis Calvert (Yvonne Winter), Richard Burton (Nick Chamerd), Patrick Troughton (Colin), Leslie Phillips (1st Sapper officer), Terence Alexander (2nd Sapper officer) Similar moviesPhyllis Calvert appears in The Woman with No Name and Child in the House
The Woman with No Name is a 1950 British drama film directed by Ladislao Vajda and starring Phyllis Calvert, Edward Underdown, Helen Cherry, Richard Burton and James Hayter. In the United States it was released as Her Panelled Door.
Yvonne Winter is an amnesiac, a victim of the wartime bombing of the London hotel where she's staying. At a country hospital she meets the pilot, Lake Chamerd, who saved her life. They fall in love and plan to marry, but he's killed on active duty. Yvonne's real husband hires detectives to find her, and she's brought home and starts to piece together her past. But not everything she finds there brings her happiness.
Phyllis Calvert – Yvonne Winter
Edward Underdown – Lake Winter
Helen Cherry – Sybil
Richard Burton – Nick Charmerd
Anthony Nicholls – Doctor
James Hayter – Captain Bradshawe
Betty Ann Davies – Beatrice
Amy Veness – Sophie
Andrew Osborn – Paul Hammond
Patrick Troughton – Colin
Leslie Phillips – 1st sapper officer
Terence Alexander – 2nd sapper officer
Richard Pearson – Tony
Calvert invested her own savings in the film, estimated between ₤12,000-₤15,000.