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Cardboard Cavalier (1949)

 -  Comedy  -  31 March 1949 (UK)
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Sid Field ...
Sidcup Buttermeadow
Margaret Lockwood ...
Jerry Desmonde ...
Col. Lovelace
Jack McNaughton ...
Uriah Group
Brian Worth ...
Tom Pride
Edmund Willard ...
Mary Clare ...
Milady Doverhouse
Alfie Dean ...
Murdercasket
Anthony Hulme ...
Miles Malleson ...
Judge Gorebucket
Irene Handl ...
Lady Agnes
Joan Young ...
Maggie
Claude Hulbert ...
Sylvester Clutterbuck
Michael Brennan ...
Brother Barebones
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31 March 1949 (UK)  »

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L'allegro moschettiere  »

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Ching-A-Ring-A-Rinkum
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Arranged by Arthur Young
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Very funny, I wish I'd seen this long ago.
26 May 2000 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

This is funny, clean, and although only B/W, one of the best movies I've seen.

The main character, Sid Field plays "Sidcup Buttermeadow", who honestly couldn't find his behind with both hands. He accidentally overthrows Cromwell and his nasty cronies.

If you like the Princess Bride, and don't need gratuitous sex and violence, then see if you can find it or persuade your local TV station to.

Now if only I could find where to buy a copy on VHS/PAL...


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