WW2 British entertainment troupe bring comedy and chaos to North Africa.
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Opening credits: All characters and events in this film are fictitious. Any similarity to actual events or persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. See more
Just before she goes on stage to play for the German infiltrators, Dora Bryan has her piano accordion on upside down. In the next shot, on stage, she has it the right way up. See more
Opening credits prologue: During World War II, ENSA brought entertainment to our troops in every theatre of war under conditions that were usually difficult, and often dangerous.
Those who brought this entertainment included international stars, great actors, top-ranking comedians, glamorous figures of the screen . . .
. . . and others!
But to them all - the long, and the short, and the terrible - this film is affectionately dedicated.
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It Won't Be Too Long
Music by Philip Green
Lyrics by Tommie Connor See more