The Nazis invade a small corner of England, “but that’s the only bit of England they got!” Yes, Went The Day Well is a lesser known Ealing World War II propaganda film that just happens to be a great watch and you can win a copy at The Film Review.
Filmed in 1942, Went The Day Well tells the story of an attempted German invasion of Britain and is endearing and exciting in equal measure. With a solid cast including Leslie Banks (The Man Who Knew Too Much and Jamaica Inn), Mervyn Johns (The Halfway House and Pink String and Sealing Wax) and the first screen role for Thora Hird of Last of the Summer Wine fame, the New York Times film critic called the film “undeservedly forgotten”.
You can win a copy by answering a the question below:
What is the name of the village captured by the Germans in Went The Day Well?
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