The Man in the White Suit
The Man in the White Suit ★★★½ 1951
A humble laboratory assistant in a textile mill invents a white cloth that won't stain, tear, or wear out, and can't be dyed. The panicked garment industry sets out to destroy him and the fabric, resulting in some sublimely comic situations and a variety of inventive chases. 82m/B VHS, DVD . GB Alec Guinness, Joan Greenwood; D: Alexander MacKendrick.