Nobody Ordered Love

Nobody Ordered Love is a lost 1972 British drama film directed by Robert Hartford-Davis and starring Ingrid Pitt, Judy Huxtable and Tony Selby.[1]

Nobody Ordered Love
Directed byRobert Hartford-Davis
Produced byRobert Hartford-Davis
Written byRobert Shearer
StarringIngrid Pitt
Judy Huxtable
John Ronane
Music byTony Osborne
Release date
  • May 1972 (1972-05)
Running time
87 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom

Plot summary

During the shooting of a First World War film entitled The Somme a tragic series of events unfolds for the cast and crew.


Preservation status

This is now considered a lost film and is on the BFI 75 Most Wanted.[2]

According to Ingrid Pitt, the film suffered such a fallout that Robert Hartford-Davis himself took the film out of circulation and relocated to the US. He would then have ordered its destruction at his death in 1977.

No moving pictures remain, only black and white stills.

See also


  1. "Nobody Ordered Love (1971)". British Film Institute.
  2. "Nobody Ordered Love / BFI Most Wanted". British Film Institute.
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