Dir: John Blakeley
Starring: Frank Randle and Diana Dors
An accident prone, army private, attempts to rescue a Women’s Royal Army Corps Corporal from sexual harassment
This unusual comedy burlesque includes a couple of good railway shots filmed in the north west, though most are obscured by the opening credits. There are shots of three-coach local passenger trains passing, one is hauled by an ex-LMS 2P Class 4-4-0, and the other two by ex-LMS 2-6-4 tanks. The third train is shown arriving at Baguley station, located on the former Cheshire Lines Committee route between Stockport and Glazebrook. Some shots of the station platforms and the forecourt then follow. The station closed in 1964, although the line is still open. Later in the film there is a completely random stock shot of an express hauled by an ex-LMS ‘Jubilee’ Class 4-6-0 passing through the curved approach to unknown station. The film is most notable for an exquisite performance from Trinidadian pianist Winifred Attwell.