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Give Us the Moon

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Title: Give Us the Moon  
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Subject: Bees in Paradise, Val Guest, Elizabeth Haffenden, Toomorrow (film), Dance, Little Lady
Collection: 1944 Films, British Films, English-Language Films, Films Directed by Val Guest, Gainsborough Pictures Films
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Give Us the Moon

Give Us the Moon
GFD poster
Directed by Val Guest
Based on The Elephant is White 
by Caryl Brahms
Starring Margaret Lockwood
Vic Oliver
Roland Culver
Peter Graves
Jean Simmons
Distributed by General Film Distributors (GFD) Ltd. (UK)
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Give Us the Moon is a 1944 British comedy film directed by Val Guest and starring Vic Oliver, Margaret Lockwood and Peter Graves.


A young layabout son of a hotel owner becomes involved with a group equally committed to doing no work and tries to join. Perhaps because the theme of people avoiding work was abhorrent to wartime audiences, the film was set in the near future.

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