CHANNEL INCIDENT: THE PRODUCTION OF A MINISTRY OF INFORMATION FILM, UK, SEPTEMBER 1940
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Anthony Asquith directs Peggy Ashcroft and Gordon Harker in 'Channel Incident', a film about the evacuation of Dunkirk made by Denham and Pinewood Studios for the Ministry of Information in 1940. The stars are standing on board a motor yacht, named the 'Wanderer' in the film. The continuity girl, two other members of the production crew and the microphone boom are also in picture.
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