|I Believe in You|
|Directed by|| Basil Dearden |
|Written by||Basil Dearden|
|Produced by||Michael Relph|
|Starring|| Celia Johnson |
|Edited by||Peter Tanner|
|Music by||Ernest Irving|
|Distributed by||General Film Distributors|
|5 March 1952|
|Box office||£89,000 |
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Henry Phipps, a retired Colonial Serviceman, takes on the job of a probation officer, and finds it a challenge. Various characters' lives are examined as Phipps and his colleagues attempt to reform (amongst others), a hardened criminal and a juvenile delinquent.  
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