The Angel Who Pawned Her Harp is a 1956 British black and white part-fantasy comedy film directed by Alan Bromly and starring Felix Aylmer as a second hand store owner, and Diane Cilento as the Angel. The film was based on a novel by Charles Terrot and is a remake of a television play written by him and broadcast in 1951. A beautiful blonde angel arrives in Islington on a goodwill mission to soften the heart of pawnbroker Joshua Webman. To raise money for her mission she pawns her harp at a second hand store. Bringing out the best in the people she meets, she shows them the path down where their happiness lies.