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Bank Holiday (1938) was a Drama Film directed by Carol Reed and produced by Edward Black.

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The two soldiers are members of the Welsh Guards (as shown by the arrangement of their buttons - in groups of five). Welsh Guardsmen can also be seen lining the street during the parade watched by the Howards.
One storyline concerning an unmarried couple enjoying a sexual relationship was initially deemed in violation of the US censor guidelines and the film unsuitable for release. After re-editing, it was re-titled and passed for release.
Geoffrey sees posters for a film at the Gaumont Theatre, "Sinners". This is a fictional film.
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