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Amusing remake of Ruggles of Red Gap, with Bob Hope as the actor pretending to be an English butler who is hired by Floud...

Passport To Pimlico is one of the most charming and feted Ealing comedies, with turns from dozens of beloved character actors hilariously sending up...

This Kingsley Amis adaptation goes more for flat-out laughs than the satire we associate with. Nevertheless, it works just fine. Peter Sellers stars as...

Cold War politicking and British colonial incompetence are given a gentle ribbing in toothless but enjoyable British farce Carlton-Browne of the F.O., about the...

Not really a good adaptation of Lucky Jim, considering Kingsley Amis's superior satiric novel, this take by the Boulting Brothers ditches the book's finer...

Will Hay's final film (he actually died six years later but was plagued by ill health during this time), this darkly funny Ealing comedy...

Bing Crosby gets both the girl and the chance to sing 'White Christmas' in entertaining Hollywood musical classic Holiday Inn. But Fred Astaire gets...

Green For Danger is a slick and extremely witty comedy thriller from director-producer-screenwriter duo Launder and Gilliat. In a rural hospital during the Second...

A low-cal remake of French hit comedy Un Moment d'Egarement in which Caine plays a businessman who is entrusted with finding the seducer of...

Taking up where True Confession left off, Robinson is the retired gangster who finds the bodies of four of his one-time rivals sitting around...

Alec Guinness is the eponymous amateur detective trying to uncover Peter Finch's master criminal who has his heart set on a valuable cross belonging...

The grotesque schoolgirls of St Trinian's return for their second outing, this time embarking on a gruesome tour of Europe as the senior girls...