The Foreman Went to France (1942)

1h 27m
Running Time

June 22, 1942
Release Date

The Foreman Went to France (1942)

1h 27m
Running Time

June 22, 1942
Release Date

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Ealing Studios
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Release Date
June 22, 1942

Status
Released

Running Time
1h 27m

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The Foreman Went to France (released in the USA as Somewhere in France ) is a 1942 British Second World War war film starring Clifford Evans, Tommy Trinder, Constance Cummings and Gordon Jackson. It was based on the real-life wartime exploits of Welsh munitions worker Melbourne Johns, who rescued machinery used to make guns for Spitfires and Hurricanes. It was an Ealing Studios film made in 1941 with the support of the War Office and the Free French Forces. All of the 'heroes' are portrayed as ordinary people caught up in the war.

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