Green Grow the Rushes
Green Grow the Rushes (1951) is a British comedy film and the first film to be released by ACT Films Ltd. The film was produced by John Gossage and funded by the National Film Finance Corporation and the Co-operative Wholesale Society Bank.
Three British government bureaucrats arrive in Kent to inquire as to why the coastal Anderida marsh is not being cultivated. The reason is that most of the local people know about or are involved in the liquor smuggling scheme operated by Captain Biddle and his accomplice Robert (Richard Burton), who is posing as a fisherman when he is seen by the newspaper editor and his journalist daughter Meg.