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I Thank You (1941)

Approved  |   |  Comedy  |  20 October 1941 (UK)
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Struggling entertainers who are trying to put on a show pose as servants to wealthy woman in hopes of raising the money.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Arthur Askey ...
Arthur
Richard Murdoch ...
Stinker
Lily Morris ...
Lady Randall
Moore Marriott ...
Pop Bennett
Graham Moffatt ...
Charlie Forsythe ...
Himself (as Forsythe)
Addie Seamon ...
Herself (as Seamon)
Eleanor Farrell ...
Herself (as Farrell)
Kathleen Harrison ...
Cook
Issy Bonn ...
Himself
Wally Patch ...
Bill The Fireman
Felix Aylmer ...
Henry Potter
Peter Gawthorne ...
Dr. Pope
Cameron Hall ...
Lomas
Phyllis Morris ...
Miss Pizer
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Struggling entertainers who are trying to put on a show pose as servants to wealthy woman in hopes of raising the money.

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Considered by Arthur Askey to be the "stinker" of his film career. See more »

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Referenced in Hitler: The Comedy Years (2007) See more »

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Woman To Woman
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Music by Louis Levy
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A laugh a minute!
12 April 2003 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

A tremendously funny film, with quick one liners a plenty.

Interspersed with some very catchy tunes, over acting, and a story line silly enough to follow. One of my all time favorite, British films. Sit back and have a laugh.


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