1hr 40mins
Dir: Anthony Asquith
Starring: Dirk Bogarde and Olivia de Havilland

A shell-shocked WWII veteran with memory problems is accused of being an impostor by a former comrade

This interesting drama is based on the 1935 play of the same name by Edward Wooll and part of the film is made up of flashbacks to incidents in occupied France during the Second World War. However, as Dirk Bogarde and company slip through a goods yard the wagons that are visible include BR standard mineral types from the 1950s. The location for this erroneous scene is not known.

This interesting view from ground level sets the scene, said to be filmed in a goods yard somewhere in occupied France
However, as a German soldier trudges past the wagons are clearly English in their origin. The nearest two are a pair of the ubiquitous 16T open minerals.
This final view shows Dirk Bogarde and his fellow escapees hiding beneath the wagons as a German guard wanders past