|Directed by||John Baxter|
|Based on||original story by Gunby Hadath|
|Edited by||Vi Burdon|
Elstree Independent Films
|Distributed by||General Film Distributors (UK)|
Fortune Lane is a 1947 British family drama film directed by John Baxter and starring Douglas Barr, Billy Thatcher and Brian Weske.  
A boy tries to raise money so he can train to be an engineer, but ends up giving the money to a friend so he can visit an ill relative.
TV Guide wrote "Pleasant children's film is a cut above the usually awful run," and rated it two out of five stars. 
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