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Miss London Ltd. (1943)

 -  Comedy | Musical  -  14 June 1943 (UK)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Arthur Askey ...
Arthur Bowman
Evelyn Dall ...
Terry Arden
Anne Shelton ...
Gail Martin
Richard Hearne ...
Commodore Joshua Wellington
Max Bacon ...
Romero
Jack Train ...
Joe Nelson
Peter Graves ...
Captain Rory O'More
Jean Kent ...
The Encyclopedia Girl
Ronald Shiner ...
Sailor Meredith
Iris Lang
Virginia Keiley
Una Shepherd
Sheila Bligh
Noni Brooke
Patricia Owens ...
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The phrase, "Honi soit qui mal y pense" and parts of it are used several times in the film. This phrase (meaning "evil to him that thinks evil of it") is the motto of the Order of the Garter, one of the UK's highest awards. See more »

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References I Cover the Waterfront (1933) See more »

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I'm Only Me
Words and Music by Val Guest and Manning Sherwin
Sung by Arthur Askey
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Inventive and good fun
16 July 2011 | by (France) – See all my reviews

If you like witty dialogue, fine comic acting, 1940s songs and dances, and lots of beautiful girls, this is a film for you.

Arthur Askey can be a bit wearing on his own but here he has to share the limelight with other talented performers and is possibly outshone by the two leading ladies, the sophisticated American Evelyn Dall and the naïve English Anne Shelton. Anybody who has had to wait at Waterloo Station will enjoy Shelton's role as the announcer.

Full of brief spoofs and some prolonged parodies. We get Askey and Dall doing a routine as Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers and, with Ronald Shiner in addition, as the three Marx Brothers. Crazier still, to get into a smart hotel the Askey character pretends to be the real-life Arthur Askey, complete with catchphrases and mannerisms.


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