Lost Daughter (1949)

  |  Drama, Mystery, Romance


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Intrigued by the portrait of a Jewish girl at a London art gallery, a British Army Major attempts to find her amongst the refugees living in various camps for displaced people in post-World War II Germany.


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  • Guy Rolfe and Mai Zetterling in Lost Daughter (1949)
  • Herbert Lom and Philo Hauser in Lost Daughter (1949)
  • Cyril Chamberlain and Guy Rolfe in Lost Daughter (1949)
  • Robert Beatty and Arnold Marlé in Lost Daughter (1949)
  • Guy Rolfe and George Thorpe in Lost Daughter (1949)
  • Arnold Marlé and Guy Rolfe in Lost Daughter (1949)

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20 April 2002 | STEPHENLHOUSE
My partner was an extra!
My partner and her mother were extras in this film , although she seems to think it was originally called "portrait of Hildgaard".It was filmed near to us at a place between Lepe Beach and Langly near Southampton England. The scene was filmed at a disused army camp.

If anyone has a copy of this film on VHS video we would be interested to hear from you.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Drama | Mystery | Romance | Thriller

Details

Release Date:

10 January 1949

Language

English, German


Country of Origin

UK

Filming Locations

Piccadilly, London, England, UK

Box Office

Budget:

GBP132,800 (estimated)

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