Welcome, Mr. Washington (1944) - Rotten Tomatoes

Welcome, Mr. Washington (1944)





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Like the better-known (and more popular) A Canterbury Tale, Welcome Mr. Washington is a sometimes amusing, sometimes poignant dramatization of what happened when American troops "invaded" England during WW II. Dismissed as "overpaid, oversexed and over here," the Yanks face some hostility while trying to adjust to British manners and mores. But when a farming community finds itself dangerously short-handed at harvest time, the American GIs pitch in and help their British brethren in true "hands across the sea" fashion. Real-life American army lieutenant Donald Stewart is cast as the nominal romantic lead, his lack of professional polish all the more obvious in his scenes with the talented Barbara Mullen. The film is stolen by Peggy Cummins as a precocious teenager, some three years before Cummins was brought to Hollywood to star in Forever Amber (which, as it turned out, she didn't). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Barbara Mullen
as Jane Willoughby
Donald Stewart
as Lt. Johnny Grant
Peggy Cummins
as Sarah Willoughby
Leslie E. Bradley
as Capt. Abbott
Martita Hunt
as Miss Finch
George Carney
as Publican
Louise Lord
as Katherine Willoughby
Paul Blake
as Vernon
Drusilla Wills
as Mrs. Curley
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