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I'm All Right Jack (1959) Poster

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Ian Carmichael was 38, playing a 26-year-old.
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2 of the shop stewards in the film, brothers Tony Comer and John Comer, got the roles after winning a talent show as a comedy double act - The Comer Brothers. The prize was £1000 and a film contract with The Boulting Brothers.
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When Mrs Kite and Cynthia are reading the newspaper reports about the strike, Mrs Kite briefly turns a paper over while setting it down. The bottom half is blank - the prop papers were made up only on the side that would be seen in the shot.
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Ian Carmichael's character is called Stanley Windrush. MV Empire Windrush was the name of ship that bought the first group of West Indian immigrants to Britain in 1948.
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A heavily made-up Peter Sellers plays the ancient club-man Sir John in the pre-credits sequence.
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The author of the screenplay, Alan Hackney, gives himself a nod by naming the girl on the Num Yum production line 'Miss Hackney'.
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Two of the principal actors, Margaret Rutherford and Richard Attenborough ensure their respective spouses, Stringer Davis and Sheila Sim, aren't far away by getting them uncredited minor parts in the film.
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The single version of Al Saxon's theme song had different lyrics to the movie version.
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The title on the film is "I'm All Right Jack." On the original British trailer, a comma was added to the title ("I'm All Right, Jack").
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