Approved | | Comedy
A young and idealistic woman, who has adopted the Salvation Army and whose father is an armament industrialist, will save more souls directing her father's business. A comedy with social commentary.
In the scene where Rex Harrison, showing Robert Morley around the Salvation Army shelter on Morley's visit, Harrison takes Morley into the meeting room that was converted from the former pub "The Surprise" ("Once the rowdiest pub in the district", notes Harrison). As Morley and Harrison walk through the double swinging doors into the room, prominently visible on the wall facing them is a large framed portrait of a man with a long white beard, which appears to be a portrait of the original play's author, George Bernard Shaw.
Oh, very well. Have it your own way. You know nothing and you think you know everything. That points clearly to a political career.
(at around 1h 35 mins) Just before she scolds her husband for addressing her as "Biddy", a boom mic shadow passes over the lace trim on the bosom of Lady Britomart's (Marie Lohr) gown.
As originally released, this featured a spoken prologue featuring George Bernard Shaw himself, but it has been cut from all TV and VHS prints.