A rather dizzy girl becomes convinced that someone is trying to murder a film star.

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Himself
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Mikki Brent
Hy Hazell ...
Sue
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Watchman
Valentine Dyall ...
John Sutherland
Reginald Beckwith ...
Benton
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Robin King
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Sergeant
Jack Billings ...
Eddie
Peter Butterworth ...
Driver
Maggie Rennie ...
Mrs. Rennie (as Margaret McGrath)
Winifred Shotter ...
TV Announcer
Joyce Heron ...
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Eddie Vitch ...
Diner
Ivan Craig ...
Derek
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A rather dizzy girl becomes convinced that someone is trying to murder a film star.

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April 1950 (UK)  »

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Yes, it is a comedy!
13 August 2001 | by (Winnipeg, Canada) – See all my reviews

I saw this on TV a long time age, loved it, and wish to see it again. It is funny in ways that are unexpected, when communication is unclear and people try to do the right thing anything may occur. The look back in time to early television for an older audience is interesting and the end really occurs at the end of the story. This can be watched by all age groups as it is not violent.


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