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Green for Danger - Movie Poster
Here is the American One-Sheet Movie Poster from the British film Green for Danger (1946), starring Alastair Sim, Sally Gray, and Trevor Howard. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.


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Green For Danger (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Churchill Telling Lies Nurse Freddi Linley (Sally Gray) doing rounds at the provincial English military hospital, comes upon suave surgeon Eden (Leo Genn), expressing concern about her relations with her fiancè, his junior colleague, when buzz-bombs intrude, followed by the high-strung chief O-R nurse Bates (Judy Campbell) and a delirious patient, parroting what sounds like Nazi radio propaganda, in the dark Frank Launder-Sidney Gilliat mystery Green For Danger, 1946.
Green For Danger (1946) -- (Movie Clip) You're In His Way Part of another elaborate set-piece in the Frank Launder-Sidney Gilliat production, the hospital dance, Dr Eden (Leo Genn) counsels distraught nurse Esther (Rosamund John) about his ex-lover, her deceased mother, then nurse Bates (Judy Campbell) seethes toward Dr. Barnes (Trevor Howard) whose fianceè nurse Freddi (Sally Gray) becomes his next partner, in Green For Danger, 1946.
Green For Danger (1946) -- (Movie Clip) A Tatty Little Hospital Hop Interlocking exposition in a complex post-operative scene, surgeon Eden (Leo Genn) speaks with the engaged-but-arguing anesthetist Barnes and nurse Linley (Trevor Howard, Sally Gray), then nurse Woods (Megs Jenkins) and overseeing Sister Bates (Judy Campbell), nurse Esther Sanson (Rosamund John) also involved, early in the acclaimed English wartime murder mystery Green For Danger, 1946.
Green For Danger (1946) -- (Movie Clip) He Was The First To Die Alastair Sim narrates as Inspector Cockrill and Moore Marriott features as postman Higgins, followed by a roll call introducing Leo Genn, Megs Jenkins, Rosamund John, Judy Campbell, Sally Gray and Trevor Howard, then Ronald Adam as the administrator Dr. White, all at an English military hospital, in the Frank Launder-Sidney Gilliat mystery, in the first production completed at London’s Pinewood Studios after the end of WWII, Green For Danger, 1946.
Saint In London, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Trying To Lure Him Templar (George Sanders, title character) has attended the party thrown by the Morgans (Norah Howard, Charles Carson), encouraged by his friend Blake (Ballard Berkeley) to meet the shifty Lang (Henry Oscar), the niece Penny (Sally Gray) an unexpected bonus, in The Saint In London, 1939.
Saint In London, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Is It A Phobia Of Some Kind? After they’ve diverted the police, valet Dugan (David Burns) explains to Templar (George Sanders, title character) that Penny (Sally Gray) wasn’t there, having chased Kussella (Ralph Truman) to the shop that’s the front for the counterfeit operation, Charles Paton the proprietor, in The Saint In London, 1939.
Obsession (1949) -- (Movie Clip) You Two Carry On Jealous Dr. Riordan (Robert Newton) lies in wait as his wife Storm (Sally Gray) and her American friend Bill (Phil Brown) return from a night out, early in Edward Dmytryk's Obsession, 1949, a.k.a The Hidden Room.
Obsession (1949) -- (Movie Clip) As I Have Never Loved You Psychiatrist Dr. Riordan (Robert Newton) at work on a curious sketch, seeing a patient when his unfaithful wife Storm (Sally Gray) appears, pretending she's had news from her disappeared boyfriend, in Edward Dmytryk's Obsession, 1949, a.k.a The Hidden Room.
They Made Me A Fugitive -- (Movie Clip) Listen, Mata Hari! Framed convict Clem (Trevor Howard) gets a visit from Sally (Sally Gray), the former girlfriend of his former partner, seeking common ground, in They Made Me A Fugitive, 1947, directed by (Alberto) Cavalcanti.