Waterloo Road (1945) is a British film based on the Waterloo area of South London, starring John Mills, Stewart Granger, and Alistair Sim, and directed by Sidney Gilliat. Per the British Film Institute database, this is the third in an "unofficial trilogy" by Gilliat of Millions Like Us (1943), Two Thousand Women (1944), and Waterloo Road.

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  • Waterloo Road (1945) is a British film based on the Waterloo area of South London, starring John Mills, Stewart Granger, and Alistair Sim, and directed by Sidney Gilliat. Per the British Film Institute database, this is the third in an "unofficial trilogy" by Gilliat of Millions Like Us (1943), Two Thousand Women (1944), and Waterloo Road. (en)
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  • Waterloo Road (1945) is a British film based on the Waterloo area of South London, starring John Mills, Stewart Granger, and Alistair Sim, and directed by Sidney Gilliat. Per the British Film Institute database, this is the third in an "unofficial trilogy" by Gilliat of Millions Like Us (1943), Two Thousand Women (1944), and Waterloo Road. (en)
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