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8 May Green for Danger PG 87 mins (Sidney Gilliatt, 1946)


Described by Sergio Angelini in Sight & Sound as “a remarkable mixture of sly comedy and genuine thrills,” you can’t fail to enjoy this gem of 1940s British cinema. The film features some of the biggest names of the period including Trevor Howard (Brief Encounter). But the star is Alistair Sim (Scrooge) as the Scotland Yard detective who, as the doodlebugs rain down,is on the track of a murderer in a hospital.