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Cottage to Let (1941) was a Comedy - Mystery Film directed by Anthony Asquith and produced by Edward Black.

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Cottage to Let (1941)

By John Grant on Dec 9, 2015 From Noirish

vt Bombsight Stolen UK / 86 minutes / bw / Gainsborough, Gaumont, BPC Dir: Anthony Asquith Pr: Edward Black Scr: A. de Grunwald, J.O.C. Orton Story: Cottage to Let (1939 play) by Geoffrey Kerr Cine: Jack Cox Cast: Leslie Banks, Jeanne De Casalis, Carla Lehman (i.e., Carla Lehmann), Alastair Sim, Joh... Read full article


Cottage to Let (1941)

By Lindsey on May 27, 2015 From The Motion Pictures

(Image via Wikimedia Commons) Mrs. Barrington (Jeanne De Casalis) is the wealthy head of a Scottish estate. She has big wartime plans for the extra cottage on her property. She’s decided to take in a few child evacuees… but has also offered the cottage to a man named Charles Dimble (Alas... Read full article


Bombsight Stolen (AKA Cottage to Let) (1941)

By Beatrice on Jun 22, 2014 From Flickers in Time

Bombsight Stolen (AKA “Cottage to Let) Directed by Anthony Asquith Written by Anatole de Grunwald and J.O.C. Orton?adapted from the play by Geoffrey Kerr 1941/UK Gainsborough Pictures/Gaumont British Picture Corporation First viewing/Internet Archive I really enjoyed seeing the gathering of ... Read full article


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Mrs. Barrington: I declare this fete well and truly laid.


Mrs. Barrington: I can do no better than to quote the words of our great Prime Minister to the gallant boys of the RFA: Never have so much owed so many to so little.


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The name and address of the agents, McPhail & McPhail, 24 Angus Street, is an in-joke, referring to screen-writer Angus MacPhail
George Cole's first film.
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