I Live in Grosvenor Square is a British war film, directed and produced by Herbert Wilcox—a forerunner of his "London films" collaboration with his wife, actress Anna Neagle. The film deploys a tragi-comic plot in a context of US-British wartime co-operation, and displays icons of popular music with the purpose of harmonising relationships on both sides of the Atlantic. An edited version was distributed in the United States, with two additional scenes filmed in Hollywood, under the title A Yank in London. Wikipedia
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A Yank in London is a member of the following lists: English-language films, British films, 1940s romantic comedy films, World War II films made in wartime, 1940s war films, 1945 films, British World War II propaganda films, Films directed by Herbert Wilcox, Black-and-white films and British comedy-drama films.
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