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Chain of Events (1958)

When a clerk tries to dodge paying a bus fare, it sparks all sorts of complications.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dermot Walsh ...
Susan Shaw ...
Jack Watling ...
Alan Gifford ...
Lord Fenchurch
Harold Lang ...
Jimmy Boy
Kenneth Griffith ...
Freddie Mills ...
Cyril Chamberlain ...
Bus Conductor
John Stuart ...
Bank Manager
Martin Boddey ...
Bus Inspector
Joan Hickson ...
James Raglan ...
Martin Wyldeck ...


When a clerk tries to dodge paying a bus fare, it sparks all sorts of complications.

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September 1958 (UK)  »

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Postlagernd Westminster  »

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Weakest Link
28 October 2016 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The relatively new outfit Network is spending a lot of time (if not money, the bulk of them are out of copyright) on reissuing British 'B' movies from the forties and fifties, about half of which, had the technology and the term existed, would have 'gone straight to video'. On the plus side we do get to see several people who went on to major productions - Robert Newton, James Mason, Richard Burton - in early roles as well as excellent supporting actors - Marjorie Reynolds, Wifrid Lawson, Mary Clare and the like. A great deal of this stuff was froth like this effort in which Kenneth Griffith, riding on a bus without paying, snowballs out of control. Pleasant enough for the undemanding.

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