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Cyril Fletcher ...
Cyril Clarke
Betty Astell ...
Betty Clarke
Laurence Naismith ...
Merlin Mound
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Mr. Short
Sam Costa ...
Les Millins the bandleader
Miki Hood ...
Mrs. Short
Tamara Lees ...
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Audrey White ...
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Philip Saville ...
Dinner Guest
Ethel Coleridge ...
Mrs. Fiddle
Johnnie Schofield ...
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Richard Gilbert ...
Head waiter Louis
Harry Fowler ...
Head Spiv
Arthur Laurence ...
Police Inspector
Arthur Lawrence ...
Police Inspector
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Cyril Fletcher (Cyril Clarke) and Betty Astell (Betty Clarke) were husband and wife in real life. They were married from 1941 until his death in 2005. See more »

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19 May 2002 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Those two words sum up this whole movie. All 55 peculiar minutes of it. Cyril is trying to write an "ode" (though god knows why!) and struggling, and he drifts off into a slumber while still muttering over it. What follows is the most bizarre dream sequence ever, where the imaginary man he is thinking of is conjured up and spends the night with them, making whatever they say come true. The tiny dinner party is a grand feast, all the ladies have fine dresses, the vintage is a classic '89. BUT! This isn't the usual Merlin who magics things up from nowhere, all the finery has been "stolen" from other places, and those people readily want their payout. Betty and Cyril try and get rid of the conjurer, but just antagonise him and turn him into a malicious monster. Good grief, where do they come up with these ideas? 7/10 (it may have been silly, but it was short and absorbing!)


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