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Old Mother Riley at Home (1945)

 -  Comedy  -  24 December 1945 (UK)
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Arthur Lucan ...
Kitty McShane ...
Freddie Forbes ...
Mr. Bumpton
Richard George ...
Dan
Willer Neal ...
Bill
Wally Patch ...
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Kenneth Warrington ...
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Angela Barrie ...
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Janet Morrison ...
Mary
Elsie Wagstaff ...
Mrs. Ginochie
Henry B. Longhurst ...
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Decent fare from one Britains forgotten greats.
17 November 2006 | by (Much-Snogging-On-The-Green, East Yorkshire) – See all my reviews

11th in the series starring Arthur Lucan and his missus Kitty McShane. While certainly not the best in the series there are still a reasonable amount of genuine chuckles to be had and the film is very watchable. The version I have is not of the best quality and this always has to be taken into consideration when watching films of this ilk; sometimes they are far better than the actual film quality allows. Here we have Kitty getting sacked because of her mother (again!!) and ending up working at an illegal gambling joint because of her ne'er-do-well boyfriend, Bill. Incidentally, the boyfriend is played by Willer Neal who in real life was having affair with Kitty, and was an all round bad egg. The plot is practically non-existent, even for an OMR film and it wouldn't be unfair to say that this is a by-the-numbers Old Mother Riley but Lucan still manages to do his stuff successfully. Could easily do without Kitty's songs though.


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