Passed | | Comedy, Romance
A free-spirited parlor maid and a Czech refugee surprise an English village with their unconventional ways.
"Screen Director's Playhouse" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on November 23, 1950 with Charles Boyer reprising his film role.
Elizabeth 'Betty' Cream:
Why do people go to cocktail parties?
Andrew Carmel: Because people give cocktail parties.
Elizabeth 'Betty' Cream: Why do people give them?
John Frewen: Because people go to them.
Elizabeth 'Betty' Cream: It's a vicious circle... like perpetual motion.
Andrew Carmel: It's depressing. Parties and people laughing with Europe on the brink.
John Frewen: ...
Midway through the film, Andrew Carmel drives through the village on his way to his parents' country house. However, when Belinski leaves the Carmel house he is driven through the village traveling in the same direction on the same road as Andrew was driving towards the house.
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