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“Stars look Down" – 1939 (1:43:04) - Michael Redgrave, Margaret Lockwood - Director Carol Reed became an internationally recognized talent as a result of this film. Redgrave is David Fenwick, the highly intelligent son of a coal miner who organizes a strike to improve his fellow miners working conditions. But he is sidetracked when he falls in love with and marries the self-centered Jennie Sunley (Lockwood) who forces him to be subservient to her needs. When a mine disaster does occur, killing his father and brother, he becomes a force to be reckoned with. New York Film Critics Circle Winner: Best FIlm 1941, Best Direction - Carol Reed. National Board of Review of Motion Pictures: 10 Best Films 1941.
Michael Redgrave, Margaret Lockwood, Emlyn Williams, Nancy Price, Edward Rigby, Allan Jeayes, Cecil Parker, Linden Travers, Milton Rosmer, George Carney, Ivor Barnard, Olga Lindo. Producer ... Isadore G. Goldsmith and Maurice J. Wilson, Director ... Carol Reed, Screenwriter ... J.B. Williams, From the book by A.J. Cronin., Cinematographers ... Mutz Greenbaum, Henry Harris and Ernest Palmer, Composer ... Hans May.