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Nat Jackley ...
Jimmy Knowles
Pat Kirkwood ...
Sally Bishop
Bonar Colleano ...
David Laws
Dorothy Squires ...
Ann Hart
Jack Jackson ...
Cecil Rigby
Vera Day ...
Maureen Temple
Hubert Gregg ...
Crawley Walters
Joan Sims ...
Walter's Secretary
Ernest Clark ...
Ronnie
Gerald Harper ...
Dicky
Meier Tzelniker ...
Maxie Jago
Gabrielle Brune ...
Effie
Aubrey Dexter ...
Farrow
Roger Avon ...
Grimes
Sammy Curtis ...
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2 December 1957 (Denmark)  »

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Højt humør på Piccadilly  »

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The film opened at the Empire Leicester Square in London on 6th December 1956 but played for only four days before being replaced by a re-run of Bhowani Junction. See more »

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The character Sally Blake, played by Pat Kirkwood, is incorrectly cited as "Sally Bishop" in the film's end credits. The character David Laws, played by Bonar Colleano, is incorrectly cited as "David Law" in the film's end credits. See more »

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The Man That Wakes The Man That Blows Reveille
Written by Hubert Gregg
Performed by Pat Kirkwood
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A film long forgotten
7 May 2004 | by (Bradford,England) – See all my reviews

A film dated when it was made ! with a dreadful plot.......trouping company wish to save a dying theatre,but a wonderful cast Nat Jackley - his excellent routines,especially with Jimmy Clitheroe being preserved for all time,Pat Kirkwood showing why she was top of the tree in her day,belting out her final number,Bonar Colleano showing his virsitility Freddie Frinton,Hubert Gregg(looking like Nicholas Parsons)Joan Sims though especially the presence of the wonderful Dorothy Squires in her only film appearance.I had the pleasure to see a rerun of this movie at Preston last year.What a treat.Watch it folks......if only for Dot and Bonar singing "I Saw That Look in Your Eyes"


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