|The Good Companions|
|Directed by||J. Lee Thompson|
|Written by||J. L. Hodson|
T. J. Morrison
J. B. Priestley
|Produced by||Hamilton G. Inglis|
J. Lee Thompson
|Edited by||Gordon Pilkington|
|Music by||Laurie Johnson|
The Good Companions is a 1957 British musical film directed by J. Lee Thompson and starring Eric Portman. It is based on the 1929 novel of the same name by J. B. Priestley and is a remake of the 1933 film version.
It was one of the pet projects of Robert Clark, head of ABPC. J Lee Thompson was Clark's favourite director.
In a House of Lords debate it was revealed the film had lost £118,382.