Film Preview – Bognor Regis Observer – Saturday, 07 May 1949
Transcript:

PAVILION, SELSEY. With such firmly established favourites as Tom Walls, Jeanne de Casalis, Glynis Johns, Hugh McDermott, Nova Pilbeam and Barry Morse in the cast of "THIS MAN IS MINE," this romantic comedy—coming to the Pavilion on Monday for three days—follows the adventures of a Canadian Army private whilst spending Christmas leave billeted with an English family. Based on the novel "High Pavement" by Emery Bonett, "MY SISTER AND I" is a charming tale of how the young members of a provincial repertory company solve a murder mystery, after one of their number has been accused of the crime. Presented on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the picture brings together four young stars--Dermot Walsh, Sally Ann Howes, Patrick Holt and Hazel Court.

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