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The first of several adaptations based on Terrence Rattigan's play, this compelling drama concerns a young naval cadet who is expelled from Osborne college after allegedly stealing a five-shilling postal order. Convinced of his innocence, his father mounts a legal challenge that gains momentum until the boy's right to a fair hearing is discussed in the House of Commons. The family endure every hardship to see that justice done, and the film pulls no punches in its criticism of the established order.
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