The Guinea Pig (October 27, 1948)

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The Guinea Pig
 

Released on October 27, 1948: The son of a working class London merchant is given a scholarship to the most presigious boys school in England.

Produced by John Boulting

Directed by Roy Boulting

The Actors: Richard Attenborough (Jack Read), Sheila Sim (Lynne Hartley), Bernard Miles (Mr. Read), Cecil Trouncer (Lloyd Hartley), Robert Flemyng (Nigel Lorraine), Edith Sharpe (Mrs. Hartley), Joan Hickson (Mrs. Read), Timothy Bateson (Tracey), Clive Baxter (Gregory), Basil Cunard (Buckton), John Forrest (Fitch), Maureen Glynne (Bessie), Brenda Hogan (Lorna Beckett), Herbert Lomas (Sir James Corfield), Anthony Newley (Miles Minor), Anthony Nicholls (Mr. Stringer), Wally Patch (Uncle Percy), Hay Petrie (Peck), Oscar Quitak (David Tracey), Kynaston Reeves (the Bishop), Peter Reynolds (Grimmett), Olive Sloane (Aunt Mabel), Tony Wager (Bert), Percy Walsh (Alec Stevens), Norman Watson (Fanshaw), Michael Brailsford (unknown), George Bryden (unknown), Ambrose Day (unknown), Robert Desmond (unknown), Richard Hart (unknown), Edward Judd (unknown), James Kenney (unknown), Judy Manning (unknown), Michael McKeag (unknown), Jack Naughton (unknown), Desmond Newling (unknown), Colin Stroud (unknown), Digby Wolfe (unknown)

 

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The Muggle of Saintbury School

Founded by King Henry VIII, Saintbury School has been the home of the best upper crust British boys since the 16th Century. During World War II some daffy Lord has decided to try a brave new experiment, and he sponsors a poor but smart merchant's son from the scrappy streets of London to attend the prestigious Saintbury School for boys. This school, which for hundreds of years has trained the sons of Generals, Lords and Gentry is about to have a poor boy thrust into the midst of the wealthiest sons of Britain, and if World War II doesn't change Britain, this boy might . . . If he can survive. After a day of hazing and abuse from the upper class boys Jack Read, played by Richard Attenborough, sneaks out of his dorm room after dark and decides to head back to the small grocery store and the world that he knows best. Jack has endured abuse from the snobbish wealthy boys that he wouldn't tolerate from anyone in his old neighborhood . . . enough is enough . . . Time to go back to the safety and security of his old neighborhood and the family and friends that he knows and loves . . . Now, . . . This wouldn't be much of a story if it ended with young Jack Read running away from the terror-barrier that is Saintbury School. All of us, as we grow up and leave the safety and comfort of home will one day bump into brick walls placed in our path, and the kind of person that we become as adults depends to large extent on what we do when we are faced with a brick wall terror-barrier in our path . . . Will we turn back and find an easier path? . . . Will we climb the wall even though the rough bricks nick our knuckles and bruise our knees? . . . If young Jack Read sticks it out at the school and learns to live with the sons of privilege, will he change the school or will the school change Jack Read . . . Or will they both change each other? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn drizzled with plenty of warm melted butter and enjoy the show.

Bernard Miles and Cecil Trouncer
Bernard Miles and Cecil Trouncer
Bernard Miles and Joan Hickson
Bernard Miles and Joan Hickson
Bernard Miles, Wally Patch and Olive Sloane
Bernard Miles, Wally Patch and Olive Sloane
Brenda Hogan
Brenda Hogan
Cecil Trouncer
Cecil Trouncer
Cecil Trouncer
Cecil Trouncer
Edith Sharpe
Edith Sharpe
Edith Sharpe
Edith Sharpe
Hay Petrie and Richard Attenborough
Hay Petrie and Richard Attenborough
Hay Petrie
Hay Petrie
Herbert Lomas and Anthony Nicholls
Herbert Lomas and Anthony Nicholls
Herbert Lomas
Herbert Lomas
Joan Hickson and Bernard Miles
Joan Hickson and Bernard Miles
Joan Hickson and Bernard Miles
Joan Hickson and Bernard Miles
John Forrest and Richard Attenborough
John Forrest and Richard Attenborough
Kynaston Reeves
Kynaston Reeves
Oscar Quitak
Oscar Quitak
Percy Walsh
Percy Walsh
Richard Attenborough, Joan Hickson and Bernard Miles
Richard Attenborough, Joan Hickson and Bernard Miles
Richard Attenborough and John Forrest
Richard Attenborough and John Forrest
Richard Attenborough
Richard Attenborough
Richard Attenborough
Richard Attenborough
Richard Attenborough meets Brenda Hogan
Richard Attenborough meets Brenda Hogan
Richard Attenborough and Edith Sharpe
Richard Attenborough and Edith Sharpe
Richard Attenborough in the book store
Richard Attenborough in the book store
Richard Attenborough
Richard Attenborough
Robert Flemyng
Robert Flemyng
Robert Flemyng and Cecil Trouncer
Robert Flemyng and Cecil Trouncer
Robert Flemyng and Sheila Sim
Robert Flemyng and Sheila Sim
Robert Flemyng and Sheila Sim
Robert Flemyng and Sheila Sim
Robert Flemyng
Robert Flemyng
Sheila Sim
Sheila Sim
Sheila Sim and Robert Flemyng
Sheila Sim and Robert Flemyng
Sheila Sim and Robert Flemyng and Edith Sharpe
Sheila Sim, Robert Flemyng and Edith Sharpe
Sheila Sim and Robert Flemyng
Sheila Sim and Robert Flemyng
Sheila Sim
Sheila Sim
Sheila Sim
Sheila Sim
Wally Patch and Olive Sloane
Wally Patch and Olive Sloane