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When an unexploded WWII bomb is accidentally detonated in Pimlico, an area of London, it reveals a treasure trove and documents proving that the region is, in fact part of Burgundy, France and thus foreign territory. The British Government attempt to regain control by setting up border controls and cutting off services to the area. The 'Burgundians' fight back... Written by
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This dippy little movie is British humor (humour) at its best. When the London district of Pimlico discovers that it really is not English, the fun begins. Dear old Margaret Rutherford is delightful, as are the rest of the cast.
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