A DAY WILL DAWN
WHEN British flints decide to forv w get Hollywood and Be Themselves they generally produce something worth while. Here they have done a workmanlike iob, showing national resistance in Norway and the part played by a girl and -her father in helping British commandos to blow up a Nazi at ronghold.
The picture has suspense, excitement, skilful character drawing and. on the whole, credibility. Deborah Kerr easily runs off with the acting honours, and that with Ralph Richardson in the cast, who, however, is killed oft in the first part without any apparent fQaNt111. Incidentally, it is rather misleading to star Riehardson's name on the bill since he has so little to do.