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Mr. Denning Drives North

Mr. Denning Drives North
Directed by Anthony Kimmins
Produced by Anthony Kimmins
Stephen Mitchell
Written by Alec Coppel
Based on novel by Alec Coppel
Starring John Mills
Phyllis Calvert
Herbert Lom
Eileen Moore
Music by Benjamin Frankel
Cinematography John Wilcox
Editing by Gerald Turney-Smith
Studio London Film Productions
Distributed by British Lion Films
Release date(s) 21 January 1952
Running time 93 minutes
Country England
Language English
Box office £70,197 (UK)[1]

Mr. Denning Drives North is a 1952 British mystery film directed by Anthony Kimmins and starring John Mills, Phyllis Calvert and Eileen Moore.[2] The plot concerns an aircraft manufacturer (Mills) who accidentally kills the boyfriend (Herbert Lom) of his daughter (Moore) and tries to dispose the body. Alec Coppel wrote the script, adapted from his own novel. It was made at Shepperton Studios.



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