- Director:John Schlesinger
- Writer:John Schlesinger
- Cast:Margaret Ashcroft,Gertrude Dickin,Margaret Lacey
|Margaret Ashcroft||-||Mother (uncredited)|
|Gertrude Dickin||-||Woman Asking About Train (uncredited)|
|Margaret Lacey||-||Elderly lady at lost property office (uncredited)|
|Matthew Perry||-||Little Lost Boy (uncredited)|
This film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary - Short Subject in 1963. After the nominations were announced, it was discovered the film had already been released, and the nomination had to be withdrawn.
Most of the people in the film were real people going about their business. Margaret Ashcroft (a relative of director John Schlesinger and listed under her married name Margaret Perry), the handcuffed prisoners, and the confused elderly woman (Roland Curram's aunt Gertie) were among the handful of actors.