I Live in Grosvenor Square

I Live in Grosvenor Square

Herbert Wilcox (1945)

109min
U Certificate
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Review

Our Score
An expensive, ridiculous and tediously overstretched British-made romantic drama, produced and directed by Herbert Wilcox, in which Anna Neagle, a duke's granddaughter, switches her affections from Rex Harrison's army major to Dean Jagger's American air-force sergeant. It's unbelievable that the dull Jagger could oust the charismatic Rex, or that Rex would be such a generous loser - but it's typical of the way the entire production panders to the American market, where it played as A Yank in London. The only striking moment in the trite story is the outcome of Harrison's bid to become a Member of Parliament, which seems to predict Labour's sweeping general election victory of 1945.

Summary

A duke's daughter falls for an American Air Force sergeant posted to London during the Second World War. Romantic drama, starring Anna Neagle, Dean Jagger and Rex Harrison.

Cast & Crew

Actor Anna Neagle
Actor Rex Harrison
Actor Dean Jagger
Actor Robert Morley
Actor Jane Darwell
Director Herbert Wilcox
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Other Information

Language: EnglishBlack and whiteTheatrical distributor: Pathe Pictures LtdAvailable on: DVD
Drama