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      2,000 Women

      1944 1h 37m War List
      Reviews During the Battle of France, British nun Rosemary Brown (Patricia Roc) is captured by German soldiers and placed in a lavish old hotel being used as an internment camp for women. While there, Brown meets many other inmates, including exotic dancer Bridie Johnson (Jean Kent) and journalist Freda Thompson (Phyllis Calvert). When an R.A.F. bomber is shot down nearby, several British pilots take refuge in the hotel and it's up to the women to get them to safety. Read More Read Less

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      MFB Critics Monthly Film Bulletin Though the balance of humour and dramatic suspense is good, the film is lacking in realism. However, taken solely from an entertainment angle, it may be enjoyed for its snappy dialogue and good comedy angles. Oct 4, 2020 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis During the Battle of France, British nun Rosemary Brown (Patricia Roc) is captured by German soldiers and placed in a lavish old hotel being used as an internment camp for women. While there, Brown meets many other inmates, including exotic dancer Bridie Johnson (Jean Kent) and journalist Freda Thompson (Phyllis Calvert). When an R.A.F. bomber is shot down nearby, several British pilots take refuge in the hotel and it's up to the women to get them to safety.
      Director
      Frank Launder
      Producer
      Edward Black
      Screenwriter
      Frank Launder
      Production Co
      Gainsborough Pictures
      Genre
      War
      Original Language
      English
      Runtime
      1h 37m