|Talk About Jacqueline|
|Directed by|| Harold French |
Paul L. Stein
|Produced by||Marcel Hellman|
|Screenplay by|| Roland Pertwee |
Katrin Holland (novel)
|Starring|| Hugh Williams |
|Cinematography|| Bernard Knowles |
Cyril J. Knowles
(Marcel Hellman Productions)
|Distributed by||MGM (U.K. and U.S.)|
|30th Nov.1942 (U.K.)|
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