Based on a short story by Graham Greene, WENT THE DAY WELL is a superb piece of British wartime propaganda. Disguised German paratroopers set up an advance post for a planned invasion in an unsuspecting British village…
Extras: BBC Radio 3 The Essay – British Cinema of the 1940s audio featurette / Cavalcanti short film Yellow Caesar / HOH subtitles
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