Passably good, but it should have been better, what with Rex Harrison, Constance Cummings, and Margaret Rutherford reading the Noel Coward lines. Though the play was all of four years old in 1945, director David Lean gave it the “classic” treatment—he didn’t stage it, he stuffed and mounted it. Photographed in brilliant British Technicolor by Ronald Neame, who also collaborated on the screenplay. With Kay Hammond, Hugh Wakefield, and Joyce Carey. 96 min.