The staff at Variety magazine gave the film a good review.
The staff at Variety magazine liked the film and gave it a positive review.
The staff at Variety magazine praised the direction of the film.
Variety Magazine gave the film a poor review, stating that the children would like it.
Variety magazine referred to him as, "probably the best native director in England."
Variety magazine ranked the film number 39 on their list of the 50 greatest movies.
The staff at Variety magazine also gave the film a good review and praised the acting.
For example, Variety magazine said it was "made with care, authenticity and attention to detail."
Variety magazine said in 1956 that his Chaplinesque quality made a big contribution to the success of the film.
The movie received a negative reception from Variety magazine.