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Keep It Clean (1956)

| Comedy | 1 May 1956 (UK)
A man invents a new cleaning machine. His brother in law offers to help him promote it and they get help from the Purity League.

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Ronald Shiner ...
Bert Lane
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Mr. Bouncenboy
Diane Hart ...
Kitty, Marchioness of Hurlingford
Ursula Howells ...
Pat Anstey
Jean Cadell ...
Mrs. Edgar Anstey
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Peter, Marquiss of Hurlingford
Benny Lee ...
Hector Tarbottom
Joan Sims ...
Violet Tarbottom
Denis Shaw ...
Slogger O'Reilly (as Dennis Shaw)
Tonia Bern ...
Colette Dare
Gerald Campion ...
Rasher
Mark Daly ...
Stage Door Keeper
Albert Whelan ...
Gregson
Violet Gould ...
Lady Pecksniff
Bert Brownbill ...
George Buxton
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A man invents a new cleaning machine. His brother in law offers to help him promote it and they get help from the Purity League.

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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The feature film debut of Norman Rossington See more »

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The Wishing Well
Words and Music by Wendy Kidd
Sung by Tonia Bern
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Woeful
19 July 2008 | by (london) – See all my reviews

Ronnie Shiner was a big star in the 1950s particularly for ABPC>Anyone watching this film must wonder why.Every line is shouted out with lots of mugging as if he is trying to reach the people sitting at the rear of a theatre.Mind you everyone else is at it so maybe the director is to blame.The cast is actually quite decent including a very young Joan Simms pre Carry On.However even they cannot save this witless farce from inducing terminal boredom in the viewer..I defy anyone watching this film to last more than 30 minutes without loosing interest.Difficult for me to believe that i was a great fan of his and always used to go and see his films in the fifties and sixties.Thankfully i did not waste my 4/- when this load of rubbish was shown in the cinema and you should not waste your time now.


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