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Dreaming (1945)

 -  Comedy  -  26 February 1945 (UK)
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Bud Flanagan ...
Bud
Chesney Allen ...
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Miss Grey / Wren / Avalah
Dick Francis ...
Sir Charles Paddock
Philip Wade ...
Dr. Goebbels
Gerry Wilmot ...
American General
Peter Bernard ...
American Soldier
Ian McLean ...
British General (as Ian Maclean)
Roy Russell ...
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Robert Adams ...
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Teddy Brown
Gordon Richards
Raymond Glendenning ...
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Bob Jones
Alfredo Campoli
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Flying Thro' The Rain
Written By Bud Flanagan
Performed By Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen
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Flanagan and Allen are a dream
19 December 2004 | by (london) – See all my reviews

Like most of their films together,the film merely serves as a device for Flanagan & Allen to deliver some of their well heeled stage routines and to provide a number of musical interludes.In this film Flanagan suffers a bump on the head,and whilst being operated on he has a number of totally unrelated dreams.The best musical number is "Dreaming".Whilst in my opinion the best films featuring the pair are those that they did with the Crazy Gang for Gainsborough nevertheless this is a very likable and entertaining film which is a pleasant memory of a legendary pair of entertainers.There are some other interesting faces in the cast including a cameo by the famous jockey Sir Gordon Richards.


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