The Card (1952)
The Card (1952) - Glynis Johns 'freshly widowed' poses for this production shot.
The Card (1 min 10 sec clip)
The Card - 1952 | 85 mins | Comedy, Drama | B&W
The Production Team
Director: Ronald Neame.
Producer: John Bryan.
Script: Eric Ambler. (from the novel The Card by Arnold Bennett)
Cinematography: Oswald Morris.
Editing: Clive Donner.
Art Direction: T. Hopewell Ash.
Costume Design: Motley.
Makeup Department: Biddy Chrystal and W.T. Partleton.
Sound Department: Gordon K. McCallum, Harry Miller and C.C. Stevens.
Original Music: William Alwyn.
Alec Guinness - Edward Henry 'Denry' Machin
Glynis Johns - Ruth Earp
Valerie Hobson - Countess of Chell
Petula Clark - Nellie Cotterill
Edward Chapman - Mr. Duncalf
Veronica Turleigh - Mrs. Machin
George Devine - Mr. Calvert
Joan Hickson - Mrs. Codleyn
Frank Pettingell - Police Superintendent
Gibb McLaughlin - Emery
Edward Henry Machin (Alec Guinness), a determined and opportunistic young man finds ingenious ways to climb the social ladder in business and communal standing but a certain predatory woman has her own ideas......
Mr Calvert (George Devine) as his next ruthless boss.
|Mrs Machin's kitchen interior|
|Across the street from Duncalf & Duncalf Solicitors|
|Countess of Chell's Ballroom|
|Liverpool Docks entrance|
|Alec Guinness and Petula Clark (Nellie Cotterill) finally take the film to it's conclusion in this Liverpool Dock set.|