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Bees in Paradise (1944)

 -  Comedy | Musical  -  20 March 1944 (UK)
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Arthur Askey ...
Arthur Tucker
Anne Shelton ...
Rouana
Peter Graves ...
Peter Lovell
Max Bacon ...
Max Adler
Ronald Shiner ...
Ronald Wild
Jean Kent ...
Jani
Antoinette Cellier ...
The Queen
Joy Shelton ...
Almura
Beatrice Varley ...
Moagga
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The line "Is your journey really necessary?" was used on posters in the UK during wartime to encourage people to conserve fuel. It would have been familiar to the audiences who first saw this film in 1944. See more »

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At the end of the film Rouanna calls out to Arthur from a rock "Hey! Wait for me!" But her lips do not move. See more »

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I'M A WOLF ON MY MOTHER'S SIDE
Written by Val Guest and Manning Sherwin
Sung by Arthur Askey
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Doesn't It Make You Want To Spit.
9 July 2013 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This was Askeys television catchphrase on TV in the 1950s.Maybe that's what he should have said when he read the script.If He had then just maybe he wouldn't have appeared in this pile of junk.No wonder that after this film he was absent from the screen for 11 years'It is also surprising that Val Guest and Marriott Edgar,who had been involved in the Will Hay films should have been primarily responsible.There is not one line or scene that is funny.Whoever thought that Askey and Ronnie Shiner would make a good team clearly had little idea as to how to cast a film.The musical numbers are painful to the ear.Askey can either be very funny or very unfunny.In this film he is the later.


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