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1950s colour movie romance/saving a rare bird possibly Norfolk Broads

very naturalistic soft colour, not seen another in same colour-type, thought Muriel Pavlow in it but not listed for her, Cockney type actor also in it, who said of wild birds "they're all blooming sparrers to me" or something like that. Bird could have been a rare warbler, perhaps reed warbler; think there was to be a railway line re-opened and birds habitat at risk,

asked Apr 10, 2016 in Feedback & Suggestions by Peter Copestake (1 point)

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"Conflict of Wings"(1954) with Muriel Pavlow.

You can watch the full movie here:
answered Apr 10, 2016 by Sandy (7,750 points)
Thank you very much. First class response. Enjoyed watching it again.  Eastmancolour didn't last very well judging by that example.