The Winslow Boy
The Winslow Boy is a 1948 British film adaptation of Terence Rattigan's 1946 play The Winslow Boy. It was made by De Grunwald Productions and distributed by the British Lion Film Corporation. It was directed by Anthony Asquith and produced by Anatole de Grunwald with Teddy Baird as associate producer. The adapted screenplay was written by de Grunwald and Rattigan based on Rattigan's play. The music score was by William Alwyn and the cinematography by Freddie Young.
Arthur Winslow goes home from his job at the bank after 46 years, retiring due to arthritis. He has a normal domestic life for a middle class family: his eldest son is at Oxford University is daughter is a non-militant suffragette, and his youngest son is starting as a naval cadet. The next door neighbour, John, asks for his daughter's hand in marriage.
|author||Anatole de Grunwald Terence Rattigan|
|keywords||arthritis barrister brief british house of commons cadet condemn cut domestic life force house of commons magna carta middle class oxford university scar sir cedric hardwicke suffragette|
|producer||Anatole de Grunwald|
|publisher||British Lion Films|