Pen Tennyson

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Frederick Penrose Tennyson (26 August 1912 – 7 July 1941) was a British film director whose promising career was cut short when he was killed in a plane crash. Tennyson gained experience as an assistant director to Alfred Hitchcock in several of his British films during the 1930s. Tennyson directed three films between 1939 and his death in 1941. He married actress Nova Pilbeam in 1939. He was a great-grandson of the poet Alfred Lord Tennyson. Description above from the Wikipedia article Pen Tennyson, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

The Proud Valley (1940)

In a Welsh coal mining valley, a young man with a beautiful singing voice is called upon to make the ultimate sacrifice when a pit disaster threatens.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Pen Tennyson
CAST:  Paul Robeson  •  Rachel Thomas  •  Edward Chapman  •  Simon Lack

In a Welsh coal mining valley, a young man with a beautiful singing voice is called upon to make the ultimate sacrifice when a pit disaster threatens.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Pen Tennyson
CAST:  Paul Robeson  •  Rachel Thomas  •  Edward Chapman  •  Simon Lack

Convoy (1940)

A tale of life on board a Royal Navy cruiser assigned to protect the vital convoys between America and England during WWII.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Pen Tennyson
CAST:  Clive Brook  •  John Clements  •  Edward Chapman  •  Judy Campbell

A tale of life on board a Royal Navy cruiser assigned to protect the vital convoys between America and England during WWII.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Pen Tennyson
CAST:  Clive Brook  •  John Clements  •  Edward Chapman  •  Judy Campbell

There Ain't No Justice (1939)

A young boxer falls in with a crooked fight promoter.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Pen Tennyson
CAST:  Jimmy Hanley  •  Edward Rigby  •  Mary Clare  •  Phyllis Stanley

A young boxer falls in with a crooked fight promoter.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Pen Tennyson
CAST:  Jimmy Hanley  •  Edward Rigby  •  Mary Clare  •  Phyllis Stanley