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Notable as: Comedy, Award-Winning WorkSub-Category: comedy film, sports filmMain subject: automobileNarrative location: London, BrightonRuntime: 86 - 110 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United KingdomFilming location: Pinewood StudiosDirector: Henry CorneliusScreenwriter: William RoseMusic: Larry AdlerCinematography: Christopher ChallisStars: Dinah Sheridan, John Gregson, Kay Kendall, Kenneth More, Joyce Grenfell, Reginald Beckwith, Geoffrey Keen, Arthur Wontner, Leslie Mitchell, Michael BalfourStudio: Rank OrganisationAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Original Dramatic or Comedy Score (Larry Adler)
Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay (William Rose)
Award details: (details at IMDb)

Genevieve is a 1953 British comedy film produced and directed by Henry Cornelius and written by William Rose. It stars John Gregson, Dinah Sheridan, Kenneth More and Kay Kendall as two couples comedically involved in a veteran automobile rally. The main theme of the musical score was composed and performed by Larry Adler. Composer Graham Whettam was commissioned to write the orchestral score incorporating Larry Adler's tune. Dance numbers were added by Eric Rogers.

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