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Bon Voyage (1944)

Bon Voyage
5.9 Rating
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6.3 IMDB rating
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Directed by

John Blythe John Blythe
RAF Sgt. John Dougall

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Arthur Calder-Marshall Arthur Calder-Marshall
idea (uncredited)
Angus MacPhail Angus MacPhail


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7 years ago at Jul 30 17:55
Going into this French-language progaganda film, I didn't know what to expect. It's running time is just over 24 minutes, and thus I was interested to know what Hitchcock managed to do in such a short space of time. It tells the tale of a young RAF pilot, who gives his version of how he managed to escape from German-occupied France back to Britain, the twist being that his version of the story is ... read more
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Tags: 1940s (4), France (2), French (2), Short (2), UK (2), 1944 (1), Short Film (1), War (1)
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