The Girl Is Mine (film)

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The Girl Is Mine
Directed by Marjorie Deans
Produced by Freda Stock
Written byMarjorie Deans
Ralph Stock
Starring Patrick Macnee
Pamela Deeming
Lionel Murton
Music by Burt Rhodes
Cinematography Ben R. Hart
Production
company
Touchstone Films
Distributed by British Lion Films
Release date
April 1950
Running time
51 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
Language English

The Girl Is Mine is a 1950 British drama film directed by Marjorie Deans and starring Patrick Macnee, Pamela Deeming and Lionel Murton. [1]

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  1. Chibnall & McFarlane p.42

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