Films directed by Henry Cass

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  1. Young Wives' Tale

    Young Wives' Tale (1951)


    Young Wives' Tale is a 1951 British comedy film directed by Henry Cass. It features one of Audrey Hepburn's earliest film roles, albeit a minor one, as Eve Lester.

  2. The Glass Mountain

    The Glass Mountain (1949)


    The Glass Mountain is a black and white British romantic film drama released in 1949. It starred Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray and Valentina Cortese. The film was a popular success of its day, and was re-released in the UK in 1950 and 1953. It features acclaimed classical vocalist Tito Gobbi as himself, with the orchestra and chorus of the Venice Opera House. The theme music by Nino Rota is memorable, and was also a contemporary hit. It was mainly filmed on location in the Dolomites and at Venice's La Fenice Opera House.

  3. Last Holiday

    Last Holiday (1950)


    Last Holiday is a 1950 British film featuring Alec Guinness in his sixth starring role. The low-key, dark comedy was written and co-produced by J. B. Priestley and directed by Henry Cass, featuring irony and wit often associated with Priestley.

  4. Blood of the Vampire

    Blood of the Vampire (1958)


    Blood of the Vampire is a 1958 British horror film directed by Henry Cass from a screenplay by Jimmy Sangster.

  5. Father's Doing Fine

    Father's Doing Fine (1952)


    Father's Doing Fine is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Henry Cass and starring Richard Attenborough, Heather Thatcher, Noel Purcell and Sid James. It was based on the 1950 play Little Lambs Eat Ivy by Noel Langley.

  6. High Terrace

    High Terrace (1956)


    High Terrace is a 1956 British mystery film directed by Henry Cass and starring Dale Robertson, Lois Maxwell, Derek Bond, Eric Pohlmann and Lionel Jeffries.

  7. Two Grooms for a Bride

    Two Grooms for a Bride (1955)


    Reluctant Bride (also known as Two Grooms for a Bride) is a 1955 British comedy film.

  8. No Place for Jennifer

    No Place for Jennifer (1950)


    No Place for Jennifer is a 1950 British film directed by Henry Cass and starring Leo Genn, Rosamund John, Guy Middleton and Janette Scott.

  9. Castle in the Air

    Castle in the Air (1952)


    Castle in the Air is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Henry Cass and starring David Tomlinson, Helen Cherry, Margaret Rutherford and Gordon Jackson. It was adapted from the play by Alan Melville.

  10. No Smoking

    No Smoking (1955)


    No Smoking is a 1955 British comedy film directed by Henry Cass and starring Reg Dixon, Peter Martyn, Belinda Lee and Lionel Jeffries. It was based on a play by George Moresby-White.

  11. Breakaway

    Breakaway (1955)


    Breakaway is a 1955 British thriller film directed by Henry Cass from a script by Norman Hudis. It stars Tom Conway, Michael Balfour and Honor Blackman. A Private eye is hot on the tail of a stolen secret formula and a kidnapped young woman.

  12. Lancashire Luck

    Lancashire Luck (1937)


    Lancashire Luck is a 1937 British comedy film directed by Henry Cass. It is notable as the film debut of Wendy Hiller, and the first credited appearance of Nigel Stock.

  13. Windfall

    Windfall (1955)


    Windfall is a 1955 British comedy film written by John Gilling and directed by Henry Cass, starring Lionel Jeffries, Jack Watling and Gordon Jackson. Dad's Army star Arthur Lowe also makes a brief appearance in the film.

  14. The Hand

    The Hand (1960)


    The Hand is a 1960 British crime thriller directed by Henry Cass. It begins during the Burma campaign (although, curiously, the film starts with '1946' overlaid on the action), with three captured soldiers threatened with torture if they do not divulge military information to their Japanese captors. Two refuse and have their hands chopped off. Forward to post-War London and a gentleman of the night is found with his hand surgically removed and £500 in his pockets. Thus begins a criminal investigation seeking the perpetrator, returning the plot to the film's opening situation. This British B film is noted for its nightmarish premise and opening scene of horror that belies its censorship certificate. It is sometimes broadcast on the Freeview channel, movies4men.

  15. The Facts of Love

    The Facts of Love (1945)


    29 Acacia Avenue is a play by Denis and Mabel Constanduros, and also its 1945 British comedy-drama film adaptation, directed by Henry Cass and released in the U.S. as The Facts of Love.

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