The Calendar (July 5, 1948)

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Greta Gynt in The Calendar
 

Released on July 5, 1948: A blonde British gold-digger dumps her fiancé when he fails to inherit his fortune and then tells lies that may put him in prison.

Produced by Antony Darnborough

Directed by Arthur Crabtree

The Actors: Greta Gynt (Wenda Panniford), John McCallum (Captain Garry Anson), Raymond Lovell (Lord Willie Panniford), Sonia Holm (Lady Mollie Panniford), Leslie Dwyer (Sam Hillcott), Charles Victor (John Dory), Felix Aylmer (Lord Forlingham), Sidney King (Tony), Noel Howlett (lawyer), Barry Jones (Sir John Garth), Claude Bailey (Lord Inspond), Desmond Roberts (Rainby), Diana Dors (Hawkins, the maid), Fred Payne (Andy Lynn), Cyril Chamberlain (customs official), O.B. Clarence (old gentleman at Epsom), Gerald Anderson (steward's secretary), George Burton (bookie), John Deverell (the Rector), Norman Evans (weighing room official), Nicholas Grimshaw (weighing room official), M.E. Clifton James (car driver at petrol station), Vernon Kelso (veterinarian), Maurice Maude (butler), Mitchelson-Hill (shorthand writer), Queen Elizabeth II (herself, archive footage), Constance Smith (airport attendant), Ben Williams (garage attendant)

 

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The Blonde Liar and the Brunette Burglar

It is probably because I am a man and not a woman, but it has always been easier for me to understand scoundrels who are men. We can all name a handful of male actors from the golden age of motion pictures who became super stars of the big screen because they could act the part of the most outrageous gangster, killer, and skunk on screen . . . But how can a beautiful female actress have such treachery in her heart? I know, it's a 'guy' thing . . . Some of us can only see the beauty in the female form, and are blind to the treachery that may lie underneath . . . . sigh . . . . . Sometimes men are so incredibly stupid . . . . Greta Gynt, as Wenda, is in love with Captain Garry Anson, played by John McCallum. She has agreed to marry Captain Anson just as soon as he inherits the castle and wealth of his elderly Uncle Anson. What a surprise when wealthy Uncle Anson changes his will and the young man who loves to race horses is left with next to nothing . . . . except the love of a good woman who promised to marry him . . . . Ahhh . . . . Aren't we surprised when beautiful blonde Wenda tells Anson that some women can live with love and not money, but some women cannot live without money, and although she will always love Anson, she will instead marry Lord Willie, the dim-witted wealthy brother of Anson's horse trainer? Anson's horse trainer and Willie's sister, the beautiful brunette Lady Mollie is played by Sonia Holm. She loves Anson, but he only has eyes for blonde Wenda, now married to her brother, Lord Willie. This leads to that and one day Anson desperately needs blonde Wenda to stand up for him and merely tell the truth to keep him out of jail . . . And the woman who told him that she would always love him even though she could not marry him not only refuses to tell the truth about a potential horse racing scandal, she deliberately lies and tries her best to have him ruined. What a scoundrel she is! Her treachery seems to be unlimited . . . But isn't she beautiful? . . . . sigh . . . . Sorry, it's that 'guy' thing again! Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Sonia Holm and Greta Gynt
Sonia Holm and Greta Gynt
Barry Jones and John McCallum
Barry Jones and John McCallum
Charles Victor and Greta Gynt
Charles Victor and Greta Gynt
Charles Victor and John McCallum
Charles Victor and John McCallum
Charles Victor and John McCallum
Charles Victor and John McCallum
Diana Dors and Greta Gynt
Diana Dors and Greta Gynt
Diana Dors and Sidney King
Diana Dors and Sidney King
Diana Dors
Diana Dors
Filix Aylmer and Barry Jones
Filix Aylmer and Barry Jones
Filix Aylmer, Barry Jones and John McCallum
Filix Aylmer, Barry Jones and John McCallum
Felix Aylmer and Barry Jones
Felix Aylmer and Barry Jones
Felix Aylmer and Raymond Lovell
Felix Aylmer and Raymond Lovell
Felix Aylmer
Felix Aylmer
Fred Payne and John McCallum
Fred Payne and John McCallum
Fred Payne and John McCallum
Fred Payne and John McCallum
Fred Payne
Fred Payne
Greta Gynt and Constance Smith
Greta Gynt and Constance Smith
Greta Gynt, Diana Dors and Raymond Lovell
Greta Gynt, Diana Dors and Raymond Lovell
Greta Gynt and Raymond Lovell
Greta Gynt and Raymond Lovell
Greta Gynt
Greta Gynt
Greta Gynt
Greta Gynt
John Deverell
John Deverell
John McCallum, Charles Victor and Leslie Dwyer
John McCallum, Charles Victor and Leslie Dwyer
John McCallum, Charles Victor and Sonia Holm
John McCallum, Charles Victor and Sonia Holm
John McCallum and Greta Gynt
John McCallum and Greta Gynt
John McCallum and Leslie Dwyer
John McCallum and Leslie Dwyer
John McCallum and Vernon Kelso
John McCallum and Vernon Kelso
John McCallum
John McCallum
Leslie Dwyer and Charles Victor
Leslie Dwyer and Charles Victor
Leslie Dwyer and Charles Victor
Leslie Dwyer and Charles Victor
Leslie Dwyer
Leslie Dwyer
Noel Howlett
Noel Howlett
Raymond Lovell, Diana Dors and Sidney King
Raymond Lovell, Diana Dors and Sidney King
Raymond Lovell and Sidney King at the race track
Raymond Lovell and Sidney King at the race track
Raymond Lovell
Raymond Lovell
Sidney King and Greta Gynt
Sidney King and Greta Gynt
Sidney King and Raymond Lovell
Sidney King and Raymond Lovell
Sidney King
Sidney King
Leslie Dwyer and John McCallum
Leslie Dwyer and John McCallum
Sonia Holm and John McCallum
Sonia Holm and John McCallum
Sonia Holm and John McCallum
Sonia Holm and John McCallum
Sonia Holm and John McCallum
Sonia Holm and John McCallum
Sonia Holm
Sonia Holm