IT ALWAYS RAINS ON SUNDAY
Original 9 3/4 inch x 7 3/4 inch Black and White Portrait of GILBERT DAVIS as the Governor of The Two Compasses in the 1947 Robert Hamer Ealing Studios Drama IT ALWAYS RAINS ON SUNDAY, based on the novel by Arthur La Bern. The film was produced by Michael Balcon with a script by Angus MacPhail, Robert Hamer & Henry Cornelius, cinematography by Douglas Slocombe and music by Ernest Irving.
Stunning Ealing Studios working-class drama, set in the East End of London, in which escaped convict McCallum turns up on the doorstep of his now married mistress and demands to hide out. There’s a finely etched picture of 40s East End life, and the striving for a poetic dimension in the fatalist theme of doomed love in a drab urban setting.
The portrait, from the original key book, is in very good condition with minor surface marks
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