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In Which We Serve
This “story of a ship,” the British destroyer HMS Torrin, is told in flash backs by survivors as they cling to a life raft. Directed by Noel Coward & David Lean

In Which We Serve

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United Artists – 1942
Directed by Noël Coward and David Lean
Starring Noël Coward

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The Way Ahead (1944) [War] [Drama]

If you like this movie and our channel, please subscribe: | “The Way Ahead” is a British Second World War drama released in 1944. It stars David Niven and Stanley Holloway and follows a group of civilians who are conscripted into the British Army to fight in North Africa. In the U.S., an edited version was released as “The Immortal Battalion”. The film was written by Eric Ambler and Peter Ustinov and directed by Carol Reed. The three had originally produced the 1943 training film “The New Lot”, which was produced for the Army Kinematograph Service. “The Way Ahead” was an expanded remake of their earlier film, this time intended for a commercial audience. The two films featured some of the same actors, including John Laurie, Raymond Huntley and Peter Ustinov.

In the days after the Dunkirk evacuation in Second World War, Lieutenant Jim Perry (David Niven), a veteran of the British Expeditionary Force, is posted to the Duke of Glendon’s Light Infantry to train replacements to fill its depleted ranks. A patient, mildmannered officer, he does his strenuous best to turn the bunch of grumbling excivilians into soldiers, earning himself their intense dislike. Eventually however, the men come to respect their officer.

After their training is completed, their battalion is shipped out to North Africa to face Rommel’s Afrika Korps. However, their ship is torpedoed en route, and they miss the fighting. They are assigned to guard a small town. Perry appropriates a cafe as his headquarters, much to the disgust of the pacifist owner, Rispoli (Peter Ustinov). When the Germans attack, Perry and his men fiercely defend their positions, aided by Rispoli. The last scene shows them advancing in a counterattack. Instead of the film ending with the words “The End”, it concludes with the more uplifting “The Beginning”, an attempt to galvanize support for the final push in the war effort. The final scene of the advancing soldiers was also copied for the closing credits of the longrunning sitcom Dad’s Army; John Laurie appeared in both and his performance in the sitcom credits mirrors this film.

Directed by Carol Reed, produced by John Sutro and Norman Walker, written by Eric Ambler and Peter Ustinov, starring David Niven, Stanley Holloway and William Hartnell.

Source: “The Way Ahead” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.. 21 June 2012. Web. 3 August 2012.

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In Which We Serve Trailer 1943

In Which We Serve Trailer 1943
Director: Noel Coward
Starring: John Mills, Richard Attenborough, Noel Coward, Bernard Miles, Celia Johnson, Kay Walsh

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Coward received a special Oscar for writing, scoring, codirecting and starring in this World War II story about men on a British warship during battle. Codirected by David Lean.

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In Which We Serve Trailer 1943


The story of the British destroyer H.M.S. Torrin


In Which we Serve

This clip was edited by me from a DVD.
It starts off with my titles then a couple of stills which show where Jack Combe is located in the crowd, followed by the actual clip itself.
Dad always said he was in the film but we had trouble locating him, until Ian got a copy, then I did this bit of wizardry.
Noel Coward mentions Combe (Coombe) but looks at someone else.I think the names were drawn out of a hat for the script, so he even gets a mention.

This small vignette, is part of a major picture made during WWII.

In Which We Serve is only one in a long list of propaganda films turned out by England and the United States during World War II. Based on the actual service record of a British destroyer recounted to Noel Coward by Lord Mountbatten, it advances the standard line of support for the war effort and follows a familiar pattern by combining the story of H.M.S. Torrin, from shipyard to the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea, with the personal lives of its captain and crew. Within this context, the film has its reputation. If it seems, at times, cloying or overeager on its way to the message of the closing title (“God bless our ships and all who sail on them.”), it remains significant not just as Lean’s first attempt at directing an entire feature, but as a picture singled out for admiration by its contemporaries from among scores of similar efforts.

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